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Ravensworth 'The Long Way Around' Tinto

We made no wine from our NSW vineyards due to extreme smoke taint concentrations from the bushfires that ravaged our region from December to late January 2020. With this on our minds we headed west, as far as we could go to look for fruit and winemaking space. Luckily lots of industry colleagues stepped up to help and we found ourselves with options from Swan valley, Margaret and Frankland rivers and the deep south vineyards of Porongurup. This is one of a pair of multi-region blends based on the fruit from this wonderful old vineyard in the Swan valley near Perth. Dry grown, bush vines, quite hot area very reminiscent of Spain and Portugal. Our Long Way Around Tinto is based on this Swan valley Grenache blended with Syrah from Margaret River and Pinot Noir from Porongurup plus a little chenin to boot.

Ravensworth The Grainery White Blend

Here, we have a wine of ample fragrance, texture and appeal. It’s perfumed with yellow florals, citrus and stone fruits and a nice, subtle background of savoury nuttiness. The components are well balanced, working in harmony to create a wine of fresh acidity and full, fleshy textures, making this a gastronomic delight. Consume as you would a Chardonnay—not too cold and in a generous glass.

Ravenworth Tumbarumba Chardonnay

The curious adventurer in Bryan Martin speaks loudest in Chardonnay. Eschewing convention, he toys with vessels and methods to coax every drop of character from the fruit, and the results are always thrilling, striking and delightfully unexpected. Unconventional, sure—but wow, does this taste good.

Ravensworth Fiano

Bryan Martin has a great knack for working with Italian varieties - his Sangiovese and Nebbiolo renditions are in the country's upper echelon and he's no slouch with Fiano. This wine ticks a whole lot of boxes for us. The naturally bright acidity of Fiano makes it a great candidate for Martin's 'texture-first' winemaking style. This has body and flavour with a lovely waxy varietal character making it an excellent sort of any-time, anywhere white wine built for all occasions.

Ravensworth Shiraz Viognier

This Shiraz Viognier has aromas of spice, red fruit and cedar. It is very aromatic with the same spiced fruit flavour persisting throughout the palate.

Ravensworth Regional Sangiovese

Bryan Martin has been producing thought-provoking wines in Murrumbateman wine country since 2001. Their Estate vineyard is managed sustainably, focusing on soil health, and foregoing synthetic chemicals, herbicides, and fertilisers. Fruit is also sourced for their Regional Series from the surrounding Young, Hilltops & Canberra District regions. The 2022 Regional Sangiovese marks the 20th vintage producing this varietal, with fruit sourced primarily from the Hilltops region with a splash of Murrumbateman for elegance. After spending 3 weeks on skins as whole-berries, the wine is pressed to small 5 year old French oak casks for élevage, before being bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Ravensworth Sangiovese

Murrumbateman is perfect area for this variety producing wine with cherry, nutty dominated flavours with a hint of spice and juniper too. The palate is medium weight with a great acid balance and fine tannins. Have with any kind of food that resembles Italian - a great food wine.

Ravensworth Seven Months

Ravensworth Hilltops Nebbiolo

Ravensworth Pinot Gris