When the world’s house is on fire organics is just not enough. Rebuilding soil carbon is the driving force behind Di Holding’s work, both in the vineyard and out in the paddocks. The soil on the Estate hasn’t been disturbed for the better part of 15 years allowing our microscopic workers to do what they do best… build soil and sequester carbon. Planted in 2003 and certified organic since 2008, this tiny vineyard produces pinot noir like none other. Distinctively “Fancrest” in a way only vines intimately connected to limestone soils can deliver. Di is hands on from pruning to harvest and is most often found working alone in the vineyard. This is personal.