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Pierro Wines

Mike Peterkin founded Pierro and immediately set about doing things differently, like planting north-south orientated vine rows, which he judged would receive up to 20% more sunlight. During his first vintage in Margaret River in 1979, Mike introduced the first Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blend in Australia at a time when blended wines were unpopular.

Four decades later it is now the fastest growing wine style in the country, and this 2013 vintage Pierro LTC Semillon Sauvignon Blanc will not disappoint the fans of the quintessential Margaret River white.

In the winery Mike puts his Chardonnay through one hundred percent malolactic fermentation which helps achieve superior texture, mouthfeel and a more refined and persistent flavour. The result is a world-class white. The wine has won many awards over the years and is well entrenched in the top three Chardonnays of Australia.

In the winery Mike puts his Chardonnay through one hundred percent malolactic fermentation which helps achieve superior texture, mouthfeel and a more refined and persistent flavour. The result is a world-class white. The wine has won many awards over the years and is well entrenched in the top three Chardonnays of Australia.

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