Three Wishes, Waverley, Jinglers Creek, Evandale Estate, Fishook and Woodlawn Park all contributed here, little parcels of fruit that span pretty much the whole valley. That makes this the most expansive version of TMV produced thus far. Patches from my own four sites joined forces with a couple of growers to paint my version of how I see this part of the world. I had heaps of little ferments, and kept clones separate within vineyards. There were different levels of bunchiness, ripeness, skin contact and lees work. 2020 was a tricky vintage across the state, especially in the Tamar. Perhaps this is a prettier, lighter expression than usual, but in the end it’s just where I want it to be. Ricky Evans – Winemaker
Two Tonne’s TMV range stands for Tasmania’s Tamar Valley. Beginning just south of Launceston the valley winds 50km north to its meeting point with the powerful Bass Strait. Produced from different sites, their intent is to reflect the standout characteristics of the Tamar Valley sub region. This is a beautiful interpretation of Tasmanian pinot noir, and despite it’s joy and charm, there is a studied seriousness too.