Our winemaking style is founded on producing wines that show a true 'sense of place' and celebrate the individual characteristics of each vintage. To ensure the integrity and delicate characteristics of the fruit, the grapes are received and vinified in Tasmania's most advanced winery, employing state-of-the-art technology for traditional winemaking techniques.
It is the careful attention to detail from vine to glass that is paramount to optimizing wine quality and giving the wines their point of difference. Working hand in hand, the vineyard team, led by Viticulturist Luciano Caravia, and winery team, led by Chief Winemaker Jeremy Dineen and Senior Winemaker Ockie Myburgh, plan for balance of fruit flavor, natural acidity, tannin, structure and texture. Every effort is made in the vineyard so that minimal intervention is required in the winery, allowing the subtle and delicate flavours of our cool climate vineyard to be expressed to their full potential.
The 2017 Josef Chromy Pinot Noir has taken out the Geoffrey Crundall Perpetual Trophy for Best Pinot Noir at the 2019 KPMG Royal Sydney Wine Show. Senior Winemaker Ockie Myburgh accepted the award at the presentation dinner held in Sydney on 15 August 2019.
The pinnacle of winemaking at the estate. Only exceptional parcels of wine are reserved for the Zdar label. These wines are extremely limited. The name Zdar belongs to Josef Chromy's hometown in the Czech Republic.
Wines produced under the Josef Chromy label showcase the varietal expression of our cool climate vineyard. Elegant, subtle and complex, these wines will reward cellaring or provide great accompaniment to food now.
Pepik is the traditional nickname given to those named Josef in the Czech Republic. Pepik is our more information range, made for everyday drinking with friends and food.
Jeremy Dineen, Ockie Myburgh and Scott Clarkson are the winemaking team behind Josef Chromy Wines.
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