CSU winery is adding three new wines to its award-winning range

CHEERS: Charles Sturt University wine maker Campbell Meeks is ready for the 2018 vintage. Picture: Les Smith
CHEERS: Charles Sturt University wine maker Campbell Meeks is ready for the 2018 vintage. Picture: Les Smith

It could be that 2018 will be remembered as a “good year”, at least in wine circles.

As grapes from the 2018 harvest arrive at Charles Sturt University’s boutique winery, wine maker Campbell Meeks is impressed with the quality of the fruit and excited about the prospect of “making more great wine”.

The winery has announced it is adding three new wines.

The popular winery will be making a pinot noir, pinot gris and prosecco in addition to its other wines.

“Vintage is always a busy time and it’s wonderful to be working with a dedicated group of growers who are producing quality fruit,” Mr Meeks said.​

“We’re excited to be making pinot noir.

“We are sourcing the fruit from Geelong in Victoria and coming from a cool climate, the generous and complex flavours make it perfectly suited to the style of wine we aim to make.”