Owner

Justin and Pip Jarrett

Varieties

Chardonay, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Pinot Gris, Marsanne, Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Prosecco

Vineyard

To be classified as ‘Orange’, grapes must be grown 600 meters above sea level and higher. See Saw wines have 3 vineyards with varying altitudes of 650m to 900m above sea level. See Saw has 175 hectare of vineyards across three sites surrounding Mount Canobolas, an extinct volcano that is a also an important geological feature. Providing its rich basalt soils, its altitude also creates a micro-environment ensuring the capture of much needed rainfall.

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About See Saw

Pip and Justin Jarrett decided to go into the wine industry as they liked the concept of growing their own fruit, placing it in bottle and knowing that they contributed to the entire process. The high-altitude Orange wine region is the ideal setting for See Saw Wine’s sustainably managed vineyards and certified organic wines, which include Prosecco, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz grown from 700m to 900m elevations. See Saw’s organic wines are grown in the mountainous, cool-climate Orange wine region in New South Wales, where owners Justin and Pip Jarrett are guided by their philosophy to leave a positive environmental legacy. Their sustainably grown fruit comes exclusively from their pristine vineyards, and their award-winning range of sparkling, white and red wines are characterized by their elegance and balance. The team at See Saw Wine believe that sustainability is about more than just growing organic grapes or recycling packaging. Their efforts in environmental sustainability go beyond producing some of Australia’s best certified organic grapes to include managing natural resources, being water and energy efficient, using solar power and reducing waste. Being a sustainable business also takes into consideration economic feasibility and social equality and impact.

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