Dhiaga (Dee-a-ga) means divine, heavenly or god-like in Irish. At Dhiaga they aspire to make wines worthy of the gods by using nature’s gifts and all the magic and mystery they can conjure up. They craft their wines to be a little bit special and unique by using thoughtful winemaking technique and only as much intervention as required. From the coolest mainland site in Australia, ideal for Gewürztraminer. Left on the skins for few hours before fermenting with wild yeasts. The wine was bottled à la pétillante naturelle to finish fermentation in bottle which leaves a natural sediment. No sulfur, fining, filtration, or other additive or process was made to this wine. It is as fresh and unblemished a wine as we can create.
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