Deliciously drinkable wines
Backed by three generations of Italo-Australian winemaking heritage, Concrete & Clay is a Victorian wine using artisanal techniques for contemporary Australian palates. From its home in coastal South East Melbourne, Concrete & Clay sources grapes from its own unique 40 acre estate and also curates the very best fruit from other Victorian regions to craft deliciously drinkable wines.
A blend of Shiraz and Tempranillo grapes. We used both whole bunch pressing and wild fermentation to achieve delicacy and texture. This savoury Rosé with red berry fruits has a lovely dry finish.
Our Shiraz is rich with lovely black fruits and a textured mid palate. We co-fermented this wine using 1% Viognier skins which helps add perfume and as well as texture. Will age very well over the medium term.
Pinot Noir 2017
The 2017 Pinot Noir is our best vintage of this varietal to date. Coupled with the cooler growing conditions along with the use of old French Oak creates a wine with both spice and lovely red fruit character.
Our Chardonnay has been fermented in a combination of ceramic and older French barriques. It is restrained and citrus driven and will soften in time. The 2017 vintage was cool which assisted with freshness and intensity.
Grenache Mourvedre 2017
This medium bodied wine has aromas of violets and raspberries. The palate displays dark blackberries with a little pepper and is very easy to drink. Blend of Grenache, Mataro and Cinsault.
Our Riesling delivers fresh, cool green apple and pine flavours that match its Alpine origins. Mineral characters and citrus blossom create a refreshing dry finish.
Merlot Cabernet 2017
Ripe red fruit with excellent intensity and acidic drive it is a wine that will age well over time. The 2017 vintage was an excellent year for these two Bordeaux varieties.
Concrete & Clay was founded by one of Victoria’s enduring wine industry families, the Baggio’s, whose working history dates back to the early 20th Century in Montello, Italy. The vision to merge their heritage within the wine & food production industries has culminated in the establishment of this winery, adding a new chapter to Australia’s rich wine culture. Concrete & Clay might be a new name, but it’s been over a 100 years in the making.