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It's still not quite one year since we reopened following an extensive refurbishment, but we've already harvested the first batch of grapes: around 75 tonnes from the 12.5 hectare vineyard, which equates to roughly 65,000 bottles. All the fruit is hand-harvested, ensuring that the fruit arrives at the winery in the best possible condition and allowing the winemaking team to hand select the best parcels suitable for wine production. The wines are then aged in the cellars until they reach optimum maturity for drinking (around three years for our reds) and then are made available first in our restaurants: Miko and The Country Kitchen.
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