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  • Dog & Wolf Ongoing Allocation

    From: $300.00 / year
    Choose own combination of Dog & Wolf Pinot & Chardonnay. Pre-order subscription. Delivered pre release so you will be the first to get these wines. 6 bottle allocation $300 12 bottle allocation $548 (10% of RRP) Recurring payment every 12 months. Delivered prior to official release. Current allocation-Vintage 2019
  • ‘The Dog & Wolf’ represents a more complicated winemaking style.  It is made in tiny quantities and is inspired by its name.

    The name comes from the French expression, ‘entre chien et loup’.  Translated this is ‘between dog and wolf’.  It is used to describe a specific time of day, just before night, when the light is so dim you can’t distinguish a dog from a wolf.  It expresses that limit between the familiar, the comfortable versus the unknown and the dangerous, between domestic and wild.  It is an uncertain threshold between hope and fear.  This wine is produced with all these elements in mind; it is a blend of two vastly different winemaking styles.

    The 2019 Dog & Wolf Pinot Noir is a combination of two parcels of fruit.  The first, picked early, intense flavour, and concentration, made more in the house style, 15% whole bunch this year.  The second, taken a little later, is 100% whole bunch, a wilder expression.  Together these sit side by side in maturation, until being blended to find balance between power and elegance, creating 'the dog & wolf'. Production is limited to the quality of the season.  Bottled without fining or filtration.

    This year the balance was found at 35% whole bunch inclusion across the blend.  2020 was a cool and slow burn of growing season, with flavour at low alcohol potential, but not stem ripeness wasn't quite there, so a little lower on the whole bunch.  Fruit purity and bright acidity are the hallmarks of this vintage.  


  • A wine that only comes along in the right years. 100% whole bunch inclusion, from the best part of the Three Wishes Vineyard that was planted in 1999. This is indeed a component of the dog & wolf, the bunchy part, and when balance is pitch perfect-fruit purity and power with savoury tannin and spice, a small amount is bottled separately under this label. It is left to mature in the bottle and the cellar until it feels right, these styles can be shy when young and take time to evolve. Earth and spice, red fleshy fruits, long flavour, structure and mouthfeel.  We are just now making this quietly available via cellar door (Havilah Wine) and our webstore.



  • EST is a special release sourced from the East Coast of Tasmania, with the intention of highlighting regionality within our island state. 

    Our EST (east) pinot noir is produced from different sites above and below the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s east coast. Together, these sites typify what makes this sub region so exciting. 

    The rain shadow the vineyards sit in creates a warm and dry climate, moderated by its companion, the Tasman Sea. 

    When picked on time, pinot noir from the Freycinet Coast displays a more structured style, it is bold & brave. This dovetails into a generous mid palate with graphite-like tannin structure.


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    STH (south) is a new wine to the portfolio in 2020, sourced from the Derwent and Coal River Valley in southern Tasmania. 

    Most of this wine was a proper Coal Valley vs Derwent Valley co ferment, conveniently they were both ready at the same time, and there was tiny yields so they fitted real nice and snug together in my favourite fermenter.  There was a slightly later, and small pick from the Derwent parcel that has provided the whole bunch component here.  The blend is around 25% inclusion all up, which seems to be soaked up easily by the fuller, richer flavours and tannin that come from the black cracking clay soils that the Coal Valley is famous for.  

    A special little project that has been years in the making.  

  • TMV is a snapshot of the Tamar Valley in any given year, from the perspective of TTT. 

    This wine is from Tasmania’s Tamar Valley (TMV). Beginning just south of Launceston the valley winds 50km north to its meeting point with the powerful Bass Strait.

    Produced from different sites, our intent with this wine is to reflect what we believe are the standout characteristics of the Tamar Valley sub region. 

    Juicy and vibrant, when picked at the right time TMV pinot noir expresses red fruits and spice. There is softness within its warm heart, it leaves you with a trail of freshness and closes with strawberry seed-like tannin. 


  • With an endless number of aspects & micro climates, the wine is produced from two sites which together express what we love most about chardonnay from this sub region. 

    Fresh & generous, when picked on time there is a lovely sea spray character which carries you into perfectly ripe peach & lemon curd on the palate. Partial malo lactic fermentation, the acid is pure and lon

  • This wine is from Tasmania’s Tamar Valley (TMV). Beginning just south of Launceston the valley winds 50km north to its meeting point with the powerful Bass Strait.

    With an endless number of aspects & micro climates, this wine is produced from two warm sites not far from the Tamar River’s edge. Together these express what we enjoy most in riesling from this sub region of Tasmania. 

    Aromatic and textured, the wine lifts with perfume from the glass and has weight in the palate.  It has tension and purity.