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At around 600m altitude on red decomposed shale and mudstone soils just above the Beechworth township our Red Hill vineyard is predominantly Nebbiolo with the rest Tempranillo, planted to multiple clones on a combination of different rootstocks and own root material. With just over 1,000 vines our vineyard is considered tiny although if you multiply 1,000 by every time you stop to look, prune or tend it quickly begins to appear quite large! Red Hill rises to the east behind Beechworth coincidentally also home to another Nebbiolo vineyard planted just weeks after ours. Two people thinking this is the spot for Nebbiolo feels like a good omen to us. Hand pruned, hand picked and dry grown, were aiming to create a vineyard intrinsically in balance ie the Goldilocks vineyard with just the right amount of fruit to just the right amount of leaves and just the right amount of root system. So far so good. The first fruit has shown intensity with a combination of good color and acidity.