Most winemakers (myself included) care little for fashion style – but wine style is critical! Is this a Pinot ‘gris’ style or Pinot ‘grigio’ style? The latter, dear reader, the latter. Why? Because we deliberately picked the fruit at the lower end of its acceptable range to retain the quintessential crisp, light, fine qualities of both the variety and the region. It’s crisper and drier than your average Gris. There’s a reason for that – it’s all about the food. Read on
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trickster has got to be one of the best white wines I have tasted. So versatile and fresh! YUM - Sammi
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ There is nothing better than a super cold glass of Trickster on a warm summers day! cant wait for summer to arrive so I enjoy a few bottles - Krissy
Few varieties capture both lightness of touch and depth of flavour as well as Pinot Grigio. These are grapes that can express themselves feather-light and pale as crystal, or full bodied and steel tinged. We aim at the former, light, brilliant, and fresh. Ideal for days of perfect blue skies.
Bouquet & Palate
White pear to peach and a breeze of gum florals. Fresh linen. Lemon curd palate deliciously pink lady laden. Elastic band tang – stretch and snap. Crunchy, complete and satisfying. Fleet footed and all verve. Clarity and class.
If it swims, has fins and scales, and goes glub glub you are onto a winner.
- Type: White
- Varietal: Pinot Grigio
- Region: South Australia
- Appellation: Adelaide Hills
- Vintage: 2023
- Vineyards: Lonely Tree, Echunga
- Bottling Date: 26/07/2023
- Harvest Date: 23/03/2023
- Maturation: Minimal, early bottling
- Cellaring Recommendation: Now through to 1 year. Savour the fresh bouquet while it's in its youth.
- Alcohol: 12.2
- pH: 3.37
- TA: 6.3
- RS: <1.0 g/L
- Vegan Friendly: 1