Some vintages see Gower all grown up and distinguished, and some vintages we find a true ingenu. Honest, pure, forthright and guileless in appearance, Gower is a study in preppy, youthful vigour wafting brashly past in Eau Sauvage. Bright and racy with a raspberry tang and the promise of good ageing that comes with fine structure and a plush exterior. As ever with Gower, we recommend decanting and even leaving a bottle open overnight to experiment with the development… assuming you have the self-restraint. 100% Lenswood Pinot Noir. - Winery Note
BK Wines was established in 2007 by Brendon and Kirstyn Keys. The goal has been to create fabulous art. Beautiful, unique, sensuous, deceptively minimalist, envelope-pushing art. After learning from masters in NZ, Argentina and California, we trained our sites on the Adelaide Hills because it's just a cracking great place to live and make wine. With no pretentions to be somewhere it's not and few preconceived notions about what wine styles to expect, this is a place where non-conformity is the rule. Our little winery is situated in the Hills where it is tucked away surrounded by bush land.
Brendon's greatest strengths as a winemaker are his passion for artistic expression and his uncompromising quest for high-quality fruit. When it comes to the process of winemaking, Brendon's goal, first and foremost, is to source exceptional small vineyards producing grapes that reflect the individuality of a particular site. As a winemaker he uses a minimalist approach to gently guide well-chosen fruit to a beautiful final result in the bottle. This combination of an artistic soul and unyielding quality standards makes Brendon a recognised master of his craft.
But hey, if you really want to know about us. Grab a bottle of BK that peaks your interest, crank up something you love to hear, pour a few glasses and spend time with people who make you smile and think.
- Winery Note
|Product Type||Wine Red Pinot Noir|
|Sub Region||Adelaide Hills|
|Winemaking Practices||Minimal Intervention|
|Vineyard Practices||Minimal Intervention|