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Freeman Vineyards

101 Prunevale, Kingsvale, NSW, Australia

Freeman  Vineyards  is a small, specialist  family  winery,  established  in  1999  by  Dr  Brian  Freeman. Twenty two different varieties are grown on the 57-hectare estate, including Australia’s only plantings of corvina and rondinella, the classic Amarone varieties from the Veneto region of northern Italy, these Amarone wines are the inspiration for our Secco. The Italians dry all the grapes for 3 months to produce intense full bodied wines know for their aging capabilities. Our age release 2004 has twice won the trophy for the best mature red wine at the NSW Wine Awards.

Rondinella is also used to produce a savoury rosé, Rondo, made  using  the  classic  saignée  method,  draining  the  juice  after  a  short  time  in contact with the grape skins, producing a pale salmon-hued, spicy rosé.

Fortuna is a field blend of five varieties produced from over 35-year-old low-yielding vines. It is inspired by the aromatic white wines of two regions of northern Italy – Friuli and Alto Adige, a textural wine crafted from pinot gris, riesling, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and aleatico. Nebbiolo, tempranillo, cabernet sauvignon and shiraz are also produced from estate grown fruit.

Group tastings by appointment

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Brian, Xanthe Freeman
Freemans Vineyard 4 years ago
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