Our winemaking philosophy can be summed up in one word: hedonistic. Our wines must taste good. The old adage couldn't be truer: you can make bad wine from good grapes but you can't make good wine from bad grapes. To us, wine is about celebrating and sharing, so first and foremost it must be food-friendly.
This is how European people have enjoyed wine throughout the ages. To achieve this, and the the holy grail of "quality wine", wine must be about balance, texture, intensity, complexity and length. This applies for every wine from sparkling to fortified, although for wines that are about purity, such as riesling, complexity can be substituted with concentration.