Mount Macedon's season had its difficulties and its successes.
"The 2021-2022 season has become one of the most memorable of our 32 cropping years since the vineyard began in 1988. An incredibly wet winter flowed, literally, into an incredibly wet spring which then ran into a very wet summer. Challenging!" Michael Dhillon
The result was low yields (in some cases 300g per vine), but while we are pained in the short supply - we rejoice in the overall quality. A whooping great array of wines have been released to critical acclaim. Additionally, the Dhillon range is now available seeing the expansion into other varieties than the core Pinot and Chard. These offer excellent value for money.
To learn more about the country where Bindi is located, Michael Dhillon has written a thoughtful piece, here.