Located less than an hour from Melbourne, the Macedon Ranges have an altitude ranging from 300-800m, making it Australia’s coolest mainland wine region. Shaped largely by the altitude, the Macedon Ranges specialise in cool climate wines. These wines are highly perfume, light to medium bodied and tend to have a higher acidity. Macedon Ranges’ wines often have a fruity intensity and complexity.
AROMA & PALATE
The Malbec grape thrives in the ultra cool conditions at 680 metres altitude near Kyneton in the Macedon Ranges. This new world Malbec has exotic, floral and spicy aromas and a savoury palate with red plum fruit and a smoky silky finish.
Hard cheeses, pizza and grilled vegetables.