It’s a blend of the four vineyards that They manage on the Mornington Peninsula from 30 metres elevation with Campbell & Christine to the late ripening Musk Creek Vineyard at 210 metres. It’s a mixture of clones, and canopy technique. What binds Quealy’s viticulture is a focus always on introducing sunshine, encouraging root development, and keeping the canopy small and energetic. A small canopy with a large root system intuitively nurtures natural acidity that is essential for wine health, and is so beautiful to taste. The tannins of the wine are sweet once again because of the sunshine and canopy shape. Because ripening Pinot Noir in our region is marginal, it is the variety where harmony from vineyard to winery is most evident.