Ghost Rock Pinot Gris 2023


Nestled in the rugged far north reaches of Tasmania, the Ghost Rock estate now spans 27 hectares of hand-tended, meticulously and sustainably managed vineyards. Cate and Colin Arnold established the Ghost Rock property, just east of Devonport, in 2001. At that time there were scant established plantings and no real viticultural industry to speak of – but they took on their pioneering role with ease and the estate is now run by second-generation Arnold and his wife Alicia, with right-hand viticultural dynamo, Izaak Pearson, taking the reins in the vineyard.

The health of the property and the vines take centre stage at Ghost Rock: no pesticides; minimal herbicide use; under-vine cultivation; cover crops; sheep-grazing; minimal machine operations; and vine-pruning material mulching.

Sourced across the estate vineyards, the Pinot Gris was intentionally left on the vine longer to develop its delicious, late-ripened fruit profile (something Ghost Rock's cool, temperate climate allows without the risk of losing vital acidity late in the season). 

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