Tiny footprint, but international recognition

Posted on: Sat 5 May 2018

A 4-acre dry grown vineyard in the Clare Valley.

Almost the smallest of small footprints for a winery starting to garner international recognition.

For example, one of their Red Robin rieslings won third in Decanter magazine’s recent listing of Australian rieslings.

On Gastronaut, Ron Ely talks about the challenges and attractions of aged rieslings.

And how they come to be named Rhythm Stick Wines.


Produced by Bruce Guerin


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