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1 - 5 of 5 Wines By Pressing Matters
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Pressing Matters Pinot Noir 2017
Coal River
Available in cartons of six
The top cut, off a mere four hectares Pinot Noir, eighteen different rootstock and clone, all picked by hand and separately fermented. Parcels are treated to minimalist vinification and the extravagance of a Vaslin Bucher basket press, followed by a year in the finest French oak barriques and three years cellaring before release. Assembled for eloquence and complexity, a strict cull of twenty barrels brings the final Cuvée into amazing focus. Filled of red and black fruit flavour, cherries and plum, the succulence of its exquisite acid line, draped in a pleat of undulating, velvety tannins.
$6199each
$743DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Pressing Matters R0 Riesling 2018
Coal River
Available by the dozen
Greg Melick is Tasmania's most senior barrister, he carries rank in the Australian Reserves and nurtures a penchant for fine Burgundy. A consuming desire to make his own wine led him to a northeasterly slope along Tasmania's Coal River, fourteen remarkable hectares of well drained viticulture which had previously been used for grazing. Yields are kept very low and Melick's Rieslings are finished at four different levels of residual sugar, R0 being bone dry, simply superb for haute cuisine, very much in the timeless styling defined by the savoury classics of Alsace and Mosel.
$3099each
$369DOZEN
EACH
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Pressing Matters R139 Riesling 2017 375ml
Coal River
Available in cartons of six
Pressing Matters are inspired by the Mosel style, fashioned to reflect and optimize the outstanding qualities of which Tasmanian Rieslings are capable. Greg Melick has been an avid consumer of the world's finest wines for decades, his own cellar is filled with first growths and he has spent many years touring the world's great vineyards. He is also a wine judge with twenty years national and international experience. Pressing Matters R139 is the lusciously sweet style of late picked Riesling, finished to 139 grams residual sugar, ideal for full flavoured consomme or the richest desserts.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
EACH
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Pressing Matters R69 Riesling 2017
Coal River
Available by the dozen
A mix of Riesling clones, D2V3 and 198GM, F8V13 and 239GM are planted on their own rootstock at a density of 5000 vines per hectare. Medium sweet dry at 69 grams residual sugar, its bouquet of florals and honeysuckle, oranges and lime precedes a succulent palate in perfect balance, candied apple flavours and white peach are balanced by divine minerality. Pressing Matters are also significantly lower in alcohol than most Australian Rieslings, the intense fruit flavours are balanced by an amazing natural acidity. The Riesling of choice to accompany crayfish or delicately sauced marron.
$3099each
$371DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Pressing Matters R9 Riesling 2016
Coal River
Available by the dozen
Pressing Matters attenuate their Riesling with supple variations around the time of picking, vinification temperatures and completion of ferments. Here's the perfect level of sweetness to titillate and excite the most discerning enthusiast. Just nine grams residual sugar are enough to enhance the palate with richness and complexity, add ripeness to the flesh and perfumes to the bouquet of juicy fruit. Led by its lovely floral nose, the supple touch of nectar softens the purse of lime lemon, making R9 the perfect partner to seafood, oven baked recipes or succulent white meats.
$3099each
$369DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Great friends and fellow wine loving barristers, Greg Melick and Francis Douglas, had been interested in acquiring a vineyard for many years

In 2002 Greg finally found the ideal site which consisted of approximately 14 hectares of grazing land on well-drained north east facing slopes, with cracking clay over a calciferous base. The site was also frost free. Robert Drew was contracted to establish the original vineyard for planting - which has now been planted with 2.9 hectares of Riesling and 3.8 hectares of Pinot Noir. In 2006 the demands of the expanding vineyard, and Robert Drew’s own very successful vineyard, necessitated the appointment of full-time viticulturist Paul Smart.

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Paul is also a talented winemaker and the Pinot Noir is made on-site with the assistance of a Vaslin Bucher basket press and the wise counsel and assistance of neighbour and Morningside winemaker Peter Bosworth. All Pressing Matters’ Rieslings are made under the supervision of Julian Alcorso at Winemaking Tasmania.

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In 2008, the tyranny of distance finally took its toll on Francis who sold his interest, but not before Greg and he decided to name the vineyard, Pressing Matters, which was inspired by a print by Tasmanian artist, Tom Samek. It was only fitting that Tom also design the label.

Production remains low but is slowly increasing and to date there has been outstanding success when exhibiting at the Royal Hobart International Wine Show (Trophy for the Most Successful Tasmanian Exhibitor 2009) and Tasmanian Wine Show (Trophy for the Most Successful Exhibitor - 2010, Best Wine of Vintage for 2008 and 2009).

While Pinot volumes remained too low to exhibit until the 2008 vintage which won a Silver medal, all but one of Pressing Matters Riesling have won at least a Silver medal including 6 Trophies and 10 Gold medals. As a result of many favourable reviews extensive enquiries have been received from retailers and restaurants but it is Pressing Matters policy, where possible, to hold wines back from release until they have had a chance to start fulfilling their true potential.

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WARNING Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years. The penalty exceeds $6,000
It is an offence for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor. The penalty exceeds $500. Liquor Licence 57706940

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