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Glaetzer Dixon Avance Pinot Noir 2020 Tasmania

$29.55

Glaetzer Dixon Avance Pinot Noir 2020

Bright cherry and raspberry aromas continue to a full flavoured palate of fresh mixed red berries. Silky tannins and integrated acid balances and lengthens the delicious finish.

In the 1850s Nick Glaetzer’s great, great, great grandparents, Charles and Martha Masters established one of the pioneer Barossa Valley vineyards on their Wroxton Grange property near Angaston. In 1888 Nick’s great, great grandparents Eduard and Anna Marie Glätzer also emigrated to the Barossa Valley, where his family today runs Glaetzer Wines, famous for the legendary Amon Ra shiraz.

Nick made the move to Tasmania in 2005, driven by his obsession with cool climate shiraz and pinot noir. In 2011 he was named Young Winemaker of the Year by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine. His 2010 Mon Père Shiraz was the first Tasmanian wine to win Australia’s most coveted wine award, the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy, and in 2019 Nick was named a Future 50 winemaker at the International Wine & Spirit Competition in London by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET).

Nick cut his teeth in the cellars of his family’s Glaetzer Wines in the Barossa and completed his oenology and viticulture degree in Margaret River. He worked in Margaret River, (Leeuwin Estate), the Hunter Valley (Rosemount Estate), the Pfalz region of Germany (Weingut Eugen Müller), Burgundy (Domaine Albert Morot) and the Langeudoc (Domain de la Ferrrandière) before a love of pinot noir drew him to Tasmania. He initially worked alongside Alain Rousseau and Andrew Hood at Frogmore Creek in the Coal River Valley.

In 2008 Nick set up Glaetzer-Dixon Family Winemakers, initially sharing winemaking facilities at Frogmore Creek and Moorilla before moving to a purpose-built cellar in a former ice factory on the edge of Hobart’s CBD.

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Glaetzer Dixon Avance Pinot Noir 2020

Bright cherry and raspberry aromas continue to a full flavoured palate of fresh mixed red berries. Silky tannins and integrated acid balances and lengthens the delicious finish.

In the 1850s Nick Glaetzer’s great, great, great grandparents, Charles and Martha Masters established one of the pioneer Barossa Valley vineyards on their Wroxton Grange property near Angaston. In 1888 Nick’s great, great grandparents Eduard and Anna Marie Glätzer also emigrated to the Barossa Valley, where his family today runs Glaetzer Wines, famous for the legendary Amon Ra shiraz.

Nick made the move to Tasmania in 2005, driven by his obsession with cool climate shiraz and pinot noir. In 2011 he was named Young Winemaker of the Year by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine. His 2010 Mon Père Shiraz was the first Tasmanian wine to win Australia’s most coveted wine award, the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy, and in 2019 Nick was named a Future 50 winemaker at the International Wine & Spirit Competition in London by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET).

Nick cut his teeth in the cellars of his family’s Glaetzer Wines in the Barossa and completed his oenology and viticulture degree in Margaret River. He worked in Margaret River, (Leeuwin Estate), the Hunter Valley (Rosemount Estate), the Pfalz region of Germany (Weingut Eugen Müller), Burgundy (Domaine Albert Morot) and the Langeudoc (Domain de la Ferrrandière) before a love of pinot noir drew him to Tasmania. He initially worked alongside Alain Rousseau and Andrew Hood at Frogmore Creek in the Coal River Valley.

In 2008 Nick set up Glaetzer-Dixon Family Winemakers, initially sharing winemaking facilities at Frogmore Creek and Moorilla before moving to a purpose-built cellar in a former ice factory on the edge of Hobart’s CBD.

 

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Brands

Glaetzer Dixon

Country

Australia, Tasmania

Price

$20 – $50

Varietal

Pinot Noir

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