Here you can find more information about the wines of Beechworth including a description of each wine, images and in some cases a 'Buy this Wine' link so you can purchase directly from the winery. When you buy directly from a winery you can be sure that the wine you are purchasing has been safely stored and in most cases in a temperature controlled environment.
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Pennyweight Gold is our flagship wine. This rich fortified dessert wine is made predominately from Riesling and pairs perfectly with some cheese at the end of a meal.
March 29, 2017
This wine was made by pressing whole bunches and then combining with the pressings and racked to a combination of 1 and 2 year old French oak. Using indigenous yeasts for the fermentation and minimal intervention for 10 months, the resulting wine is
September 11, 2017
The cold start to the 2014 vintage resulted in a slightly later than usual harvest, allowing the development of complex flavours balanced with ripeness. Taking carefully selected fruit from each of our shiraz vineyards indigenous yeasts were used...
September 11, 2017
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The 2015 A.Rodda Beechworth Chardonnay is sourced exclusively from the Smith’s Vineyard in Beechworth (planted in 1978) and crafted by 2015 ‘Young Gun of Wine’ winner Adrian Rodda. Winemaking is very simple – grapes are pressed, put to barrel...
There are two reasons you can struggle to write a tasting note. Sometimes you just can't find anything to say. Then there are times when words cannot do justice to what it is you are describing. A failing of the writer, not the wine. This wine is...
2015 presented a season which allowed us to produce a single varietal Roussanne. Handpicked, whole bunch pressed, limited time on skins and racked with full solids into French oak of varying age and sizes including some new (Rousseau) oak.
Consisting of two thirds Marsanne this wine was produced with similar methods to our straight our straight Roussanne. Handpicked, whole bunch pressed and racked with full solids into French oak of varying formats using indigenous yeasts and left on