"...beside the trail head, is another of the valley's newest cellar doors. Mr Mick opened in June, taking over the old Leasingham winery. The cellar door is inside an old bluestone still house, where pipes run a maze across the walls above a copper still. Mr Mick is the creation of winemaker Tim Adams, who grew up in Clare and completed his apprenticeship in the 1970s at Leasingham. The chief winemaker at the time was Mick Knappstein; Mr Mick is named in his honour. Wines remain consistent to Clare's reputation, ranging from a bubbly Blanc de Blanc to a Late Harvest Riesling."