country:
Australia
region:
Yarra Valley
viticulture:
sustainable

William Downie

William Downie established his own label in 2003 after several years living and working in Burgundy.

His intention is to produce wines of purity and detail that reflect their place of origin. They are made in the most natural way possible, not pushed or shoved in any direction. They are not added to or subtracted from.

Although each of the William Downie wines is made from Pinot Noir, the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula and Gippsland are more different than they are similar.

William was the Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine Young Australian Winemaker of The Year for 2006 

similar wineries

Brash Higgins

organic organic organic
Brash Higgins wines make us believe we have only seen the beginning of what Australian wine is capable of achieving in the 21st century. ...more>

Jamsheed Wines

Natural wild yeast fermented wines farmed without the use of chemicals and pesticides. ...more>

BEKKERS

In McLaren Vale, the BEKKERS story is born of a rare connection with nature and a world of experience. ...more>

Shobbrook Wines

Shobbrook’s wines are made as naturally as possible — using the wild yeasts that are part of each vineyard's ecosystem, and adding only a tiny amount of sulphur before bottling. ...more>