Our Lisdillon Sauvignon Blanc displays great complexity and character. A beautifully light wine to enjoy on a summer's day, lovely textural gooseberry fruits meld elegantly with some hints of passionfruit and a racy acid backbone to give a lengthy and full flavoured finish.
After working for many years as a sheep farmer, Crispin Cotton took the leap into viticulture on his historic property, Lisdillon. The farm was first surveyed by the owners’ ancestor, Francis Cotton, in 1830 and its tumultuous history reads like a Charles Dickens narrative. It is a tale of murder and mystery, wealth and misery. With Crispin’s venture into viticulture, the family hopes to add to the rich story of Lisdillon. Crispin passed away in April 2014 and the vineyard has been taken over by his family Jane, Richard, Katherine and Chris. They hope to follow and build on Crispin's plans. Lisdillon’s natural beauty, with its pristine beaches, sparkling blue water, fine white sand and views of Freycinet National Park, all add to its majesty. The jetty poles depicted on the label are situated on Lisdillon Beach and are symbolic of the history behind the farm.