Tasting notes - Native Point Wines (Tas)

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Native Point Wines from Swan Bay Vineyard, Tamar Valley, Tasmania

Native Point Wines from Swan Bay Vineyard, Tamar Valley, Tasmania

Native Point Wines are newly launched from the privately owned Swan Bay Vineyard uniquely located in the Tamar Valley wine region of northern Tasmania.

The 5 hectare vineyard was planted in 1999 and, with the area's ideal microclimate and low vigour soil, is now producing a distinctive range of premium quality wines.

Native Point focuses on low yield, hand tended, cool climate vines. Great care is taken to ensure all the grapes are in prime condition at the time of picking, which are then pressed the same day to ensure optimum quality.


2008 Pinot Noir

Deep purple in colour, this wine was aged in French oak for 9 months and shows characteristic cherry and spicy rhubarb fruit on the nose. The palate is fresh with ripe fruit, with a vanilla oak soft finish.


2009 Sauvignon Blanc

Brilliant pale straw in appearance. This wine shows lifted tropical fruits on the nose of Guava, Kiwi and Passion fruit. The palate is medium weighted with soft clean lime and a mineral/chalkiness on the finish. A persistent balanced finish.


2009 Pinot Gris

 A hue of pink in the glass, this wine shows some brown Pear and woodland Strawberry fruit on the nose. The palate is full with more wild strawberry, Pear and hints of raspberry fruit on the finish. A full firm style that has good length and a clean balanced finish.


2009 Riesling

 Pale straw in appearance on the nose is classic lime with a touch of talcum powder and a floral lift. The palate is soft lime with a lemon pithy character, will continue to improve for up to 10 years


  • North East Tas (TAS)
  • Tamar Valley (TAS)

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