Your guide to cellaring wine

Your guide to cellaring wine

When you purchase wine, an important decision to be made is whether you will drink it now or cellar it for later enjoyment. Some wines are made for drinking now, while others are made for cellaring and will improve over time, if given the opportunity. If you have made the decision to cellar your wine, here are our top five tips to ensure you keep your wines safe and ageing under the right conditions for the future.
Your guide to decanting wine

Your guide to decanting wine

The process of decanting wine serves two purposes: to separate the wine from sediment in older wines, and to allow the wine to come into contact with oxygen to allow it to ‘open up’, allowing it to improve its flavour and aroma.
Vintage 2020 with winemaker Paul Bridgeman

Vintage 2020 with winemaker Paul Bridgeman

Vintage 2020 has been challenging. Click through to watch as our winemaker Paul Bridgeman discusses the winemaking philosophy at Levantine Hill as told during vintage 2020 in the Yarra Valley.
2020 vintage update - from bud burst to bottle

2020 vintage update - from bud burst to bottle

The day after completing bottling for the 2019 season with Katherine’s Paddock Chardonnay, we’re staring down the barrel of the imminent arrival of the first grapes for the 2020 vintage.
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