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28 May 2010

Good Mornington, Peninsula... by tractor

There's a new Oz winery profile on Yabby Lake Vineyard on WineWriting "the site" (click here if that appeals), who are making some great Pinot Noir and Chardy like several others (although often expensive) in this very maritime climate on that sticking-out bit directly south of Melbourne. e.g. Stonier, Kooyong and "best winery name at the last Wine Australia London tasting" winner: Ten Minutes by Tractor. Although logical enough according to the explanation found on their site: "we grow Pinot Noir and Chardonnay on all three of our home vineyards, each of which are ten minutes by tractor apart." What was that about "does what is says on the label?" Pic: "must be that famous tractor then," pinched from tenminutesbytractor.com.au

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