Tarrangower Estate
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 Tarrangower Estate

Tarrangower Estate is on the North Eastern edge of the historic township of Malmsbury at the Western end of the Macedon Ranges wine region. It is probably the warmest site in this cool climate region and has the capacity to consistently ripen fruit. The elevation is 470m above sea level at Latitude 37 deg 12 min S and Longitude 144 deg 24 min E. Tarrangower Estate overlooks the Coliban River valley, the Metcalfe State Forrest and has spectacular views of Mount Alexander and Mount Macedon.
Looking North from Tarrengower Estate towards Mount Alexander

". . . There are over four hundred grape constituents , and so when the mathematics and chemistry are applied to this number, the potential flavour components are incalculable: complexity complexed. Ponder that, O ye synthesisers and sophisticators!"

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