Corymbia calophylla is the botanical name for the West Australian marri tree which grows tall and strong on the state’s best vineyard sites. The image is a graphical expression of the 12-month climatic data for the vintage year, whose form represents the marri blossom in full bloom. The 365 stamens represent the daily minimum and maximum temperatures against the monthly average.  The darker colored blocks represent the monthly & average rainfall. January is at 12 o’clock and the red stamen is the harvest date. The infographic mimics our natural environment as its form changes subtly each year and is the purest expression of the vintage conditions in which our fruit was grown. Label design by graphic designer Emma Mann. – Rob & Gen Mann 

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Buy 6 or more (of any wine) and receive a 10% discount. 6 - 100000 10 %
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