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Manon
Peaches 2019

Easily one of our favourite Australian wine projects, Manon finds itself nestled at a cool 600 metre altitude off the Forest Range, welcoming cool breezes from the gulf and fully diurnal temperatures. The vines are surrounded by woodland, giving them much-needed shade from the hot Aussie heat in the summers, while adding to the already-prominent biodiversity featured on the farm. For Peaches, all the white varietals grown are cofermented, with part destemmed and part in whole bunches. The grapes are left on their skins for 10 days, giving a wonderful expressiveness to the otherwise ethereal, delicate fruit character.
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Easily one of our favourite Australian wine projects, Manon finds itself nestled at a cool 600 metre altitude off the Forest Range, welcoming cool breezes from the gulf and fully diurnal temperatures. The vines are surrounded by woodland, giving them much-needed shade from the hot Aussie heat in the summers, while adding to the already-prominent biodiversity featured on the farm. For Peaches, all the white varietals grown are cofermented, with part destemmed and part in whole bunches. The grapes are left on their skins for 10 days, giving a wonderful expressiveness to the otherwise ethereal, delicate fruit character.

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Manon
Adelaide Hills, Australia

There’s plenty of lovely copy out there in the great expanse of the internet about Manon, and plenty of incredibly beautiful photos of their farm and vineyards to see via Instagram, so we highly recommend exploring these outlets as an addendum to our humble profile on this beautiful farm and winery.

The land on which Manon resides historically and traditionally belongs to the Peramangk peoples, the...

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