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Ngeringa Pinot Noir Adelaide Hills 2008

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Ngeringa Vineyards:
A new vineyard in an ancient place with a powerful philosophy entwining them.... Situated below the Mount Barker summit in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Ngeringa is tended by the overlooking mystique of the rocks that are the Mount Barker and the traditional lores that surround them. Nourished through the simplicity of biodynamic farming practices, we believe Ngeringa carries an energy ... Read more
A new vineyard in an ancient place with a powerful philosophy entwining them.... Situated below the Mount Barker summit in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Ngeringa is tended by the overlooking mystique of the rocks that are the Mount Barker and the traditional lores that surround them. Nourished through the simplicity of biodynamic farming practices, we believe Ngeringa carries an energy which identifies its individuality and sense of place. Our venture is a young venture, planned, planted and made by our own young hands (Erinn and Janet) and only since 2001 when the first vine was planted. With 5 hectares of vines planted across 2 vineyard sites (Mt Barker Springs and Nairne), 4 hectares of olive grove, a small herd of Scottish Highland Cattle, sheep, hay pastures, revegetation areas and an A new vineyard in an ancient place with a powerful philosophy entwining them.... Situated below the Mount Barker summit in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Ngeringa is tended by the overlooking mystique of the rocks that are the Mount Barker and the traditional lores that surround them. Nourished through the simplicity of biodynamic farming practices, we believe Ngeringa carries an energy which identifies its individuality and sense of place. Our venture is a young venture, planned, planted and made by our own young hands (Erinn and Janet) and only since 2001 when the first vine was planted. With 5 hectares of vines planted across 2 vineyard sites (Mt Barker Springs and Nairne), 4 hectares of olive grove, a small herd of Scottish Highland Cattle, sheep, hay pastures, revegetation areas and an enormous vege garden, the ideal of achieving a closed farm unit is well on the way. Read less


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