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Logan M Cuvee Sparkling 2021

Logan M Cuvee Sparkling 2021

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Tasting Notes

With its high altitude and cold climate, Orange is one of the few wine growing areas in Australia suitable for the production of truly classy, classic style sparkling wine. Grown at 930 metres above sea level, the ripening temperatures are similar to that of the sparkling region of France.

Produced in the traditional method, the Logan Vintage 'M' Cuvee is made from the classic French sparkling varieties of chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier. A lovely rose gold colour with very fine bubbles and a persistent mousse, the Logan Vintage 'M' Cuvée is comprised predominantly of chardonnay, with approximately 20% pinot noir and 20% pinot meunier. - Winery Note

The same old thing. There's plenty of that. Why make more?

When I started out, I wanted to make wine that I liked to drink. I wanted to excite me, not cater to a demographic. So against lots of strong opinions (including within my family) I began deviating from the usual winemaker script. Different to what we were taught at wine college. Different to what the establishment was doing.

I chose the then unfamiliar NSW Central Ranges as my base, planted Tempranillo, made Pinot Gris when few did, made Gewürztraminer (people still don't), created whimsical labels and stories, fermented white grapes on their skins, used large barrel oak, wild yeasts, and now sell wine in kegs!

I guess it's that mindset that has allowed this small independent winemaker to still be excited to do the same old thing for 27 years. - Peter Logan

Product Type Wine Sparkling Australasia
Volume 750ml
Country Australia
Region New South Wales
Sub Region Orange
Winemaking Practices Conventional
Vineyard Practices Conventional