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Place Of Changing Winds Tradition 2018

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Organic vineyard practice. 13.0% alc/vol. DIAM 5 closure.
"A beauty. Silken texture that turns to succulence and a firm pucker. Wildly aromatic with a chorus of brambles, autumnal dried leaves, cherry, game meat, light eucalyptus and white pepper. It sings in the palate, that texture is just superb and there's immense concentration and detail in the layers of flavour despite the wine maintaining a relative light weight. It carries long and beautifully, fine through its lightly fanning and puckering finish. I wanted to go back to this wine a lot. It has charm and interest, architecture and drinkability in synch. L'chaim!"
95 points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front

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Place of Changing Winds is a vineyard in the Macedon Ranges area of Victoria that grows Pinot Noir and Chardonnay as well as producing two Heathcote Syrahs from a single plot of vines.


"Tradition" is a blend of the two styles of red we produce: declassified Estate Pinot Noir blended with Heathcote Syrah. It's a homage to the two red wine styles we produce. The name is a little joke but it also nods to the pioneer of blending Syrah with Pinot (in the 50s and 60s), Hunter legend Maurice O'Shea. Simply, the POCW team trialled the blend, loved it and so bottled it. With the two varieties providing a great foil for one another, you can expect lots of crunchy red fruits, some rose like hints, bright, peppery freshness and a long, tangy close.



Organic vineyard practice. 13.0% alc/vol. DIAM 5 closure.
"A beauty. Silken texture that turns to succulence and a firm pucker. Wildly aromatic with a chorus of brambles, autumnal dried leaves, cherry, game meat, light eucalyptus and white pepper. It sings in the palate, that texture is just superb and there's immense concentration and detail in the layers of flavour despite the wine maintaining a relative light weight. It carries long and beautifully, fine through its lightly fanning and puckering finish. I wanted to go back to this wine a lot. It has charm and interest, architecture and drinkability in synch. L'chaim!"
95 points, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front

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