Leeuwin Estate was established in 1969 by Denis and Tricia Horgan. The land was previously used as a cattle station and after having been purchased as part of a deal to buy a plumbing business by Denis Horgan, the land was converted to vineyards based on the advice of the Western Australian Department of Agriculture. Leeuwin Estate produces around 60,000 cases of wine each vintage and owns 121 acres of vineyards. Margaret River is the foremost Geographical Indication wine region in the South West Australia Zone, with nearly 5,500 hectares under vine and over 138 wineries as at 2008. Overall the climate is similar to that of Bordeaux in a dry vintage.
The bottom label is interesting. It looks like a combination of tree and music note. However, the middle label is too simple. I have not tasted this wine yet. I put it on my wine rack collection.
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