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ALISTER Purbrick, who owns venerable Victorian winery Tahbilk, has teamed with his son and daughter-in-law, Matt and Lentil Purbrick, to launch a new natural wine label, Minimum.
Minimum is designed to focus on minimum intervention wines, natural growing principles and sustainability from vineyard to the bottle. Its initial offering features three wines – a 2018 sangiovese syrah, a 2018 chardonnay and a 2019 sangiovese rosato.
In preparation for launching Minimum, the Purbricks spent the past two years converting a 50ha vineyard on the Goulburn River to organic, with full certification expected in 2020.
“Minimum is about enjoying the good life, but not at the expense of the environment,” says Matt Purbrick, who uses organic grapes, wild and cultivated biodynamic yeasts, and minimal sulphur. Visit minimumwines.com.