Fin - Slurpy Boi (2021)
Fin - Slurpy Boi (2021)

Fin - Slurpy Boi (2021)

A light red slurpy boi. Good chilled. Good not chilled. Yarra valley grown cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc, wild fermented and raised in stainless steel. 

Fin Wines, a fermentation collective, launched in January 2020 with a range of wines, ciders and piquettes. Fin wines is producing young, fresh and most importantly fun drinks with an emphasis on drinkability. We are doing this a very lo-fi way in terms of minimal additions, no filtering, spontaneous fermentation, with minimal faffing in the winery.

Fin Wines consists of JonJo McEvoy, Oliver Johns, and Angus Hean. Fin was organically conceived, born of our love for tasty wines and ciders. We are situated in Dixons Creek, Yarra Valley, Wurundjeri Country. We are blessed to be custodians of 10 acres which we aim to farm in the most sustainable way possible, preserving soils for future generations and preserving biodiversity.

The vineyard was planted in the early 90's on its own rootstock, on grey-red sandy loam over clay. The vineyard is mostly on a south facing slope, with a small area at the southern end of the vineyard, on a gentle north facing slope. There are also cooling effects from nearby hills.

Red Fruit, Herbs, Woodsy 

Duck, Gamey Meat, Cheeseboard

About the Winemaker

Fin Wines, a fermentation collective, launched in January 2020 with a range of wines, ciders and piquettes. Fin wines is producing young, fresh and most importantly fun drinks with an emphasis on drinkability. We are doing this a very lo-fi way in terms of minimal additions, no filtering, spontaneous fermentation, with minimal faffing in the winery.

Fin Wines consists of JonJo McEvoy, Oliver Johns, and Angus Hean. Fin was organically conceived, born of our love for tasty wines and ciders. We are situated in Dixons Creek, Yarra Valley, Wurundjeri Country. We are blessed to be custodians of 10 acres which we aim to farm in the most sustainable way possible, preserving soils for future generations and preserving biodiversity.

The vineyard was planted in the early 90's on its own rootstock, on grey-red sandy loam over clay. The vineyard is mostly on a south facing slope, with a small area at the southern end of the vineyard, on a gentle north facing slope. There are also cooling effects from nearby hills.

Tasting Notes

Red Fruit, Herbs, Woodsy 

Pairings

Duck, Gamey Meat, Cheeseboard