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This vineyard is owned by German residents Dr Willi and Gudrun Schumacher. Long-term wine lovers, the Schumachers decided to establish a vineyard and winery of their own, using Australia partly because of its stable political climate. The vineyard is planted to merlot, pinot noir, chardonnay, shiraz, riesling, sauvignon blanc and petit verdot. Exports to the UK, the US, Germany and China.
Author: James Halliday
Bellarmine vineyard is 20 hectares in size. Varieties planted include Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Merlot, and Petit Verdot. The vines sit on an elevated site 220 metres above sea level. Sand dunes located on the south coast about 50km away can be seen from the vineyard. Soils are gravel laterite. Irrigation is used very rarely in this high rainfall area. Ever since the first vintage in 2004, Bellarmine has consistently produced stunning wines. Bellarmine Wines is rated 5 stars out of five by renowned wine writer James Halliday.
Western Australia - Dave Mullen Wine Agency ph (08) 9240 1644email : firstname.lastname@example.orgEastern StatesPlease contact our distributor, Macro Vintner Sydney - Cam Clissold mobile 0420 551 219email: email@example.comMelbourne - Paul Taylor mobile 0407 802 062email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBrisbane - Peter Huddart mobile 0412 218 853email: email@example.com
Please contact Diane Millerph +61 434 120 096 / phone +618 9776 0667 email firstname.lastname@example.orgFor GermanyPlease contact Carmen HamrouniBellarmine Wein Imports GmbHDr Franz Mertens Str 827580 Bremerhaven, GermanyEmail: email@example.comPh: +49 471 961 5353Fax: +49 471 961 5355
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