Our four wine ranges – Oakridge 864, Oakridge Local Vineyard Series, Oakridge Over the Shoulder and the Oakridge Cellar Door Range – signify our belief and innate understanding in the power of the earth. Not only are the soils of the Oakridge kitchen garden meticulously monitored to deliver the restaurant fresh produce daily, but the soils of the several Oakridge vineyard sites as well.
The Oakridge grapes are grown in varying altitudes and terroirs driven by Chief Winemaker David Bicknell, so whilst all reflecting the characteristics of the 100% Yarra Valley fruit, each also exude their own personalities. It is the varying altitudes and terroirs that allow our team to continually create award-winning wines that do justice to the many Oakridge Wine varietals; each and all exemplifying the Oakridge elegance, freshness, purity, balance and length that create world-class table wines.
An Oakridge 864 wine is terroir-driven. Made to demonstrate the importance of time and place with every bottle, an 864 wine is always an outstanding varietal, but a varietal is not always an 864 wine. Always a tribute to tradition, these wines are ready to drink now or cellar.
Compare and contrast the power of terroir and geography in winemaking with the Oakridge Local Vineyard Series wines. In essence, different grape varieties thrive in different dirt, and our expertise and understanding of the region allows us to match a particular variety with a particular site with marvellous results. Drink now or cellar.
An Oakridge Over the Shoulder wine is a table wine that is fresh and vibrant. Amplifying flavours of everyday foods with their intensity and sharpness, these quality, cool-climate wines are low alcohol and are representative of the Yarra Valley region. Everyday wines to enjoy now.
Inspired by quality and contemporary techniques, the Oakridge Cellar Door Range are playful series’ made up of non-core vineyards, alternate varieties and experimental blends. The Oakridge Cellar Door Range is, as suspected, only available at the Oakridge cellar door and online.
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