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1 - 6 of 6 Wines By Kreglinger
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Kreglinger Vintage Brut
Pipers Brook
Available in cartons of six
From a dedicated sparkling wine vineyard, planted to a high density Pinot Noir and Chardonnay of significant vine age, at the highly propitious climes of latitude 41¬į south, the cool coastal slopes of Pipers Brook and the southeast facing terroir of Kreglinger Vineyard yield a truly exceptional wine, the nation's most refined and artisanal Methode Traditionelle, an addition of liqueur de dosage at disgorgement has added further richness and complexity to the already multi layered palate.
$4499each
$539DOZEN
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Fruit is grown on narrow spaced vineyards to vertically shoot positioned vines, hand pruned in winter and hedge trimmed in summer, hand nurtured through to ripeness. Grapes are all hand picked in small parcel lots and carefully transported to the nearby winery where they are delicately pressed within an hour. A Bucher airbag press is applied with a modified champagne cycle, to produce around 450-550 litres per tonne of free run juice from the whole bunch pressed grapes. Base wines are tank and barrel fermented, a small percentage is aged on lees until tirage. The wine is celared for bottle fermentation until disgorgement, followed by some time on cork prior to release.
 
Polished diamond hues, a very fine, persistent bead. Biscuits and yeast, honey, nougat and layers of spice, perfumed talc balanced against the subtle tones of cashew and brie. A captivating, long, rich and balanced palate, sophisticated and beautifully defined, freshly baked apple pastries melt in your mouth, the most refined Cordon de Mousse forming a perpetual necklace of pearl beads, long and elegant, a crisp and dry, lingering finish.
Kreglinger Vintage Brut Rose
Pipers Brook
Available in cartons of six
Single vineyard Pinot Noir, hand picked off superior Kreglinger estate blocks at Pipers Brook, fruit is painstakingly sorted for excellence and gently whole bunch pressed. Nothing but the purest primary juices are extracted for an old world style ferment in seasoned French oak, full malolactic and nine months of repose to infuse texture and luxurious creaminess. The best barrels of vintage are identified for inclusion into the final Cuvée, bottled under liqueur dosage and sent for a secondary ferment in bottle over the course of ten years maturation.
$4999each
$597DOZEN
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Norfolk Rise Cabernet Sauvignon
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Norfolk Rise Vineyard is located at the very southern tip of South Australia, renowned for its rugged coastline, exotic seafood and long, white sandy beaches. Heavily influenced by a unique microclimate, Norfolk Rise captures the regional characteristics of the lee under Mount Benson, translating into wines of the highest calibre.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Situated at the heart of Mount Benson, the Norfolk Rise Vineyard is planted on 180 hectares of undulating coastal hills. Within five kilometres of the ocean at 37 degrees south of the equator, Cabernet Sauvignon is planted on near perfect Terra rossa soils, providing an ideal level of nutrient and water retention. Completely surrounding the winemaking facility, Norfolk Rise Vineyard has been, without compromise, planted specifically to suit each individual variety. Grapes were picked, transferred to red fermenters, inoculated and vinified for six days at temperatures less than 28C. Matured fourteen months in newly seasoned French and American oak barriques.
 
Medium dark crimson red. Fine bouquet, ripe and restrained cabernet nose with earthy notes and cedar spice, very subdued blackcurrants and just a touch of violet perfume. A rich palate of dark berry fruits with a spine of firm lingering tannins. Enjoy with beef, aubergines and parmesan.
Norfolk Rise Merlot
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Planted atop the highest ridge dissecting the vineyard, the defining visual impact of Norfolk Rise is a hundred Norfolk Island Pines planted along a five hundred metre length of ridge. Lying in the lee of the trees under Mount Benson, are parcels of Merlot vines uncompromisingly husbanded to the most wholistic viticultural practices. The dark blue berries ripen slowly into voluptuous Merlot grapes with distinctive primary fruit characters.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Merlot is selectively harvested from the Norfolk Rise vineyards at Mount Benson at the southern end of the Limestone Coast. The vines are planted on near perfect Terra Rossa soils, providing an ideal level of nutrient and water retention. Grapes are picked, immediately de-stemmed and crushed. Inoculation ensues in a combination of small static and ganimede fermenters following a brief cold soak. Juices are vinified for several days at temperatures below 28C, followed by a year's maturation in a selection of seasoned French and American oak barriques, followed by a light filtration before bottling.
 
Medium crimson red colour. Fragrant violets and sweet cherry, dark chocolates, a hint of dried herb and lightly spiced cedar. Cherry, plum and forest fruit flavours balanced by chocolate and vanilla oak notes, finishing with good length and soft fine tannins. To accompany gilled lamb chops or rabbit casserole, ravioli or veal.
Norfolk Rise Pinot Grigio
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Kreglinger is a distinguished trading company founded 1797, it significantly holds registration Number 1 in the city of Antwerp. The group extended its operations to Australia, establishing the Norfolk Rise Vineyard and winery at Mount Benson on the Limestone Coast. The highest standards of viticulture are adhered to, the splendid range of wines bear the hallmarks of exacting standards in viticulture and fastidious winemaking. Engagingly Pinot Grigio, textural and fine with winsome pinenut and orange blossom characters, a match to dressed quail or grilled fresh whitings.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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DOZEN
Situated at the heart of Mount Benson, the Norfolk Rise Vineyard is planted on 180 hectares of undulating coastal hills. Parcels of Pinot Grigio are selectively harvested to a timetable determined by physiological ripeness, allowing full expression of varietal fruit character. Grapes are handled in a manner to preserve integrity and avoid any juice oxidation or browning. Small portions of chilled grapes are held on skins for optimal extractions of flavour. Juices are clarified and a long, cool fermentation is initiated by aromatic yeast strains. To maximise the retention of fresh fruit flavours and aromas, Norfolk Rise is bottled immediately after vinification and assemblage.
 
Pale straw with a blush hue. Aromas of musk, white nectarine and pears, orange blossom notes and a hint of spice. Fresh and fruity with ripe pear and lemon sherbet flavours balanced by a delicate and soft mineral finish. Fresh and mouth watering, the perfect accompaniment to seafoods and fresh salad.
Norfolk Rise Sauvignon Blanc
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Subtle variances in terroir differentiate Norfolk Rise vineyard from other sites, just part of the complex formula to producing quality cool climate Sauvignon Blanc of the highest order. The perfect environment lends itself to the formation of esters which translate into the most flavoursome and elegant wines. Let the fruit hang on the vines a little longer and grapes accumulate flavour whilst retaining refreshing acids. Norfolk Rise is sweetly scented with a pleasingly drying palate, perfect to the accompaniement of seafood or asparagus with hollandaise.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Sauvignon Blanc is planted on near perfect Terra rossa soils, providing an ideal level of nutrient and water retention. Vines are significantly influenced by the cooling sea breezes of the Southern Ocean and it's associated climate. Nearby plantings of Norfolk Island pine (Araucaria heterophylla) which grow to over 200 feet provide an impressive, dominating influence over the surrounding landscape and the vines. Grapes are selectively harvested, full protective handling is employed to avoid any oxidation or browning. Juices are clarified, inoculated and vinified at lower temperatures. Upon completion, components are assembled and bottled immediately to maximise retention of fresh fruit characters.
 
Pale yellow straw olour. Lifted, floral bouquet with fresh vibrant tropical fruits. Medium bodied palate, lush tropical characters, gooseberry and subtle herbaceous notes that are so distinctive of Sauvignon Blanc, balanced by a refreshing acid mineral spine and persistent chalky finish.
Kreglinger, founded in 1797 by brothers George and Christian Kreglinger is a family company which holds registration number one in Antwerp

The family's group of companies extended to Australia, establishing Kreglinger Australia in 1893. In 2000, Kreglinger (Australia) Pty Ltd diversified into wine production and marketing with the establishment of Norfolk Rise Vineyard and winery at Mount Benson in the Limestone Coast region of South Australia and the following year took majority ownership of the Pipers Brook Winery. Kreglinger Wine Estates, the producers of the internationally acclaimed Pipers Brook Vineyard, Ninth Island and Kreglinger wines has a history that encompasses over 30 years as a modern pioneer and leader of the Tasmanian fine wine industry.

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The Kreglinger Estate vineyard is located at Pipers Brook. It consists of steep south easterly slopes and fertile red Kraznozem soils and is non-irrigated. The south eastern aspect of this vineyard, old vines and high-density plantings make it ideal for the production of Kreglinger and Ninth Island Sparkling wines. The vineyard is managed manually and requires careful attention to the influences of Tasmania and site climatic conditions. The quality of wines produced from this vineyard can also be attributed to careful vine canopy and crop load management.

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Its the subtle differences in climatic conditions between this site and and others that becomes part of the complex answer to the production of cool climate premium sparkling wines of the highest quality that Kreglinger strive for.

The cooler climatic conditions experienced by the coastal Pipers Brook vineyard creates a perfect environment for the production of sparkling wines due to the fruits retention of naturally high acidity, lower sugar accumulation yet early flavour ripeness. Let the fruit hang on the vines a little longer and the premium table wine production of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

It is hard to believe that in such an ancient form of agriculture that new systems of trellising vineyards are being evolved every year, but it is true. The modern vineyard systems assist quality and tend to manipulate vines so that vine architecture which arises naturally in great vineyard sites can be approximated on less privileged locations. Pipers Brook Vineyard helped to pioneer close-planted VSP (vertical shoot positioned) vineyards in Australia and even now has some of the largest areas of close-planted vines. The vertically shoot positioned (VSP) vines are hand pruned in winter and hedge trimmed in summer.

Modern computer controlled Bucher airbag presses are used with a modified champagne cycle to produce around 450 litres per tonne of free run juice from whole bunch pressed grapes and only this free run component is used. Base wines are fermented in both barrel and tank, and a percentage is aged on lees until the first blend.

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The Kreglinger sparkling wine is produced on close-planted vineyards

Close planting provides one way to display a large leaf canopy and keep fruit from being too shaded. The newer Scott Henry system, named after the eponymous grower in Oregon, more intensively arranges vine shoots to expose grapes to the sun. Kreglinger Estate are now using this system on a majority of the sites as it appears to optimise fruit quality for their superb sparkling wines.

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