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Tasmania. This wine is about letting the fruit quality dictate the style, rather than allowing winemaking to overly influence the result. Bright, bold aromas display a cocktail of tropical fruits freshened with just a hint of snow pea and lime zest. The bold fruit flavours continue on the palate, enhanced by rich, leesy textures and Tasmania’s clear, pure acidity...
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Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Ripe gooseberry is under pinned with passion fruit, and a hint of sweetness. Ohiti Estate is inland, consequently nights are cold but the day time temperatures in the summer are hot. This has created a refreshing, vibrant acid balance, equally the Ohiti Estate Sauvignon Blanc has good palate length...
Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Attractive vibrant straw-green freshness. Powerful and complex array of tropical intensity with aromas of honeydew, pineapple, pear and passionfruit. The palate is lively with great texture and generosity showing a mix of citrus and passionfruit with hints of green apple, culminating in a wine of astonishing length and residual fruitiness...
Marlborough, New Zealand. The fruit was gently pressed, cold settled,yeasts were used, some were selected to accentuate the aromatics of the fruit,while some add mouthfeel and texture to the final blend. Some tanks remained on yeast lees and stirred post-fermentation which adds a further textural element...
Margaret River, Western Australia. Capturing the essence of Margaret River, this SSB is bright and spirited, offering the nose a zest of fragrant fruits. Clean and focused, this wine is best enjoyed while young and fresh. 2009 James Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 4.5 Star Winery Rating