Mark Matthews of Mount Macleod is about as green and as sustainable as they come. Not only is the winery organic, and has been for over 10 years now, but they’ve planted 14,000 trees on the property to offset carbon emissions and use recycled paper and extra thin glass bottles to further minimise their impact on the environment.
Gippsland is known for its Pinot Noir and this is no exception. In Mount Macleod’s typical style, the winemaking is totally hands-off and minimalist, valuing purity of fruit above all else. With minimal use of oak, and top-quality fruit, Mark strikes the perfect balance between fruity, floral and earthy flavours in this wine.