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Peregrine range certified Organic
The release of the 2017 Peregrine Pinot Noir on 1 September heralds the news that the entire Peregrine range is now certified with Biogro organic status from vintage 2017.
This is a journey we began in 2009, first converting the vineyards to be fully farmed utilising organic practices, and then seeing the winery embracing organic production when crafting our wines. Organic farming is fundamental to every aspect of Peregrine Estate, with a holistic approach that integrates crop and livestock farming to vineyard management while focussing on nurturing healthy, living soils so that the vines and other crops can grow in a balanced and healthy manner.
The McLachlan family share a passion for the land as explained by CEO Fraser McLachlan. “Our motivation is to farm the estate using management practices that not only enhances the land for future generations but provides healthy conditions for our people who work on the land. We believe that our organic farming approach provides the highest quality fruit from our estate vineyards, fruit that we are proud to craft into our fully organic Peregrine range.”
The Peregrine “Spring Release” on 1 September will also include the 2018 Peregrine Chardonnay, 2019 Peregrine Sauvignon Blanc and 2019 Peregrine Rosé, along with the re-released 2014 Peregrine Pinot Noir from our wine library.
Click here to view or purchase these new release wines, along with our special “New Release Organic Pack” which includes the Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Rosé.
We trust you enjoy these wines as much as we enjoy bringing them to you.Back to news