There's something unique about shearing sheds. Ours is small, only three stands. Ten thousand sheep a year. And still it's like another world. The bustle and activity seem to soak into the wood with the lanolin, slowly drifting out again over time to keep an energy in the air.
Our Pinot Gris is named Jimmy's Hill after the highest point on Bangor. Rising a commanding 1002 ft, Jimmy's Hill was the site of one of Tasmania's convict era semaphore stations. With a simple hut for shelter, Jimmy, the rugged bushman who called the remote outpost home, maintained a vigilant eye on adjacent stations, standing by to relay messages.