Mountadam Pinot Gris 2010 (6 x 750mL), Eden Valley, SA.

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Planted in 1997, this mature vineyard sits on a portion of the Mountadam estate at around 420m above sea level. Geologically the site is typical of the Eden Valley with the underlying 500 million year old micaceous schist bedrock producing free draining, quartz rich soils.

SA - Eden Valley
South Australia

Expert Reviews

Faint pink-bronze tint; has all the classic varietal characters: pear, apple and an airbrush of cinnamon spice; kicks on the finish.Rating 90 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion (DEC/2010)

Winery Tasting Notes


The wine is a mild salmon pink colour.


The wine shows delicate aromatics of jasmine blossom and ripe melon.


The dry palate has abundant textural flavours of ripe apples and pear with a distinct citrus backbone.

SA - Eden Valley
Grape Style
Pinot Grigio / Gris
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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Established in 1972 as one of Australia's pioneer Chardonnay producers, Mountadam was founded by the late David Wynn, without question one of the most significant contributors to the Australian wine industry and an important part of the Mountadam story.

Amongst his many achievements, David Wynn is credited with the invention of the wine cask; he founded Wynn's Coonawarra Estate and transformed Coonawarra reds during the 1960s and '70s; he was the first to establish a contour planted vineyard (Modbury, SA), the first to plant Riesling in Coonawarra, and was a passionate advocate of regionality.

In selecting the land for the Mountadam vineyard, Wynn was the first to recognise the potential of a cool, elevated site to produce wines of great elegance and structure, and chose an area high above the Eden Valley, which he named High Eden. At 550m above sea level, Mountadam is in fact the most elevated vineyard in South Australia.

He was awarded the prestigious Maurice O’Shea trophy in 1993.

David’s son Adam, after whom Mountadam was named, took over as winemaker in 1984, and subsequently sold the business (2002) in its entirety to French luxury goods giant, LVMH.

Mountadam returned to private ownership in 2006, with the acquisition by South Australian farmer and accountant David Brown, who has made significant investment in vineyard improvement and expansion.

Winemaking is managed by Con Moshos, who has a distinguished 23-year career making fine wines at Petaluma.

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