Growing Conditions

Victory Point vineyard is located in the Margaret River wine growing region, approximately ten kilometres north of the Margaret River township. It was planted by the Berson family in 1998 and has never been irrigated.The vintage 2016 growing season was challenging in Margaret River. The annual mean temperature in 2015 was slightly higher than average (1.22⁰C), which is the highest on record. Rainfall over 2015 was below average and Spring was warm. Significant rainfall was welcomed (by us) in January and when more rain fell in mid March, we had the early varieties in the winery.


The fruit for our Rosé was picked in small batches from 26th February – 11th March, 2016. On delivery to the winery the whole bunches were destemed, crushed and pressed with minimal skin contact of just 4 hours. The wine was then settled and racked off lees before being inoculated with a yeast (traditionally used for pinot noir) to bring out the spice and savoury flavours. A percentage was barrel fermented to contribute to the complexity. The wine is made from the cabernet franc, pinot noir and malbec grapes.