About The Wine
While the fun times at Good Intentions will undoubtedly remain, this first single vineyard Pinot Noir feels like a move into seriously good, vinous wine.
It's a fine-boned, linear style of Pinot, with high acidity helping the palate flow gracefully. There are lifted carbonic aromas of fresh cherry, flavours of red apple skin and pomegranate, and a gentle leafiness, all framed by a light granitic grip.
A hugely enjoyable wine, and perhaps the most contemplative yet released from this star-in-the-making.
About Good Intentions Wine Co.
Andrew and Louise Burchell moved to Mount Gambier with a view to start a family, grow grapes and craft wines that showcase the unique terroir of their home.
Mount Gambier is Australia's youngest volcano, having last erupted only 6000 years ago. The Burchell farm and their additional leased vineyards are all set on the slopes of Mount Gambier, the mix of rich volcanic soils and mineral-charged water making for unique grape growing conditions in their little patch of earth.
The Good Intentions wines are all made with indigenous yeasts, bottled unfined and unfiltered and released with little to no sulphur. These are slightly wild and idiosyncratic wines packed with personality.
An interesting producer doing things just a little bit different in their patch of the country.