A young winery with a strict ethos of biodynamic farming. A fascinating wine, that obscures when first opened, but with time reveals citrus notes & fine minerality. With regard to the story of the name, Sue of Living Wines has said it best:
"When we were doing the research about this wine and the origins of the name, we were surprised to find that the story has been around since ancient Greek times with a similar story written by Strabo in 7BC.
It was not until 1697, that the French author Charles Perrault wrote the version that included the pumpkin and the glass slippers (which you can see on the label).
His version was called Cendrillon, the French name for Cinderella."