In the cool-climate Whitlands high plateau region of Victoria, Holly's Garden is home to voluptuous pinot gris and artisan sparkling wines. Grown at 750 metres in the deep volcanic soils of the Whitlands high plateau their little amphitheatre is the warmest site in the very cool region. The continental location gives cool evenings, which allows the vines to ‘rest’ at night and delays the accumulation of sugar whilst retaining acidity and building flavour. This prolonged ‘hang time’ due to delayed ripening is vital to the production of great wine, and helps create the featured structure and length of Holly’s Garden wines. The deep, open structure of the soil draw the roots downward, allowing time to keep with no irrigation philosophy. Wines from these soil types typically have a ferrous, robust mineral character, giving our wines incredible length and balance. Some biodynamic viticulture is practiced, not for altruistic reasons, but to make better wine by growing better grapes.