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Margaret River, Western Australia. Overt aromas of minerality, fresh herbs and citrus jump from the glass. The palate shows lemon sherbert, juniper and fresh peas. The impression is one of complexity and power, yet the wine is immediately approachable and drinkable. The natural crunchy acidity is balanced by a soft textural mouth-feel. This wine shows great fruit intensity, persistence and length of flavour. Pretty serious stuff for the wine buff and a great drink for those just looking for a glass of this classic Margaret River blend...
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South Australia, A fresh crisp wine which shows true varietal characters of green melons and tropical fruits, guava, florals and herbaceous notes of freshly cut grass. These notes follow onto the palate which is round and full of generous fruit flavours, balanced with crisp acidity and finishes clean...
James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2013
Barossa Valley, South Australia. The 45 year old semillon vines have provided exceptional qualities to this wine. The colour is bright gold whilst the aroma is of lemon and honey. But it is in the palate the wine's excellence shows out! The mouthfeel is soft, yet filled with rich, complex varietal flavours and the long, nutty, satisfying finish displays the minimal oak influence from discreet barrel fermentation to perfection...
Sauternes, Bordeaux, France. When young this Sauterne has a wide variety of fruity aromas
and honeysuckle, with age you will see aromas of dried fruit, flowers (acacia
or lime tree), honey and roasted grain . Service The foies gras of the South
West of France or the most refined desserts are the best accompaniment for this
great Sauternes wine. Cellaring Can be enjoyed young or cellared for a decade
Hunter Valley, New South Wales. The wine is bright lime green in colour with clean crisp semillon characters on the nose. The rich citrus fruit flavours are complimented by a grassy herbaceous lift. The palate is long with a soft lingering after taste and a crisp...
Hunter Valley, NSW. Pale yellow. Aromas: Lifted aromas of fresh cut grass combine with intense lemon and lime. Palate: A crisp, clean wine with lifted citrus flavours. The balanced acids and intensity of fruit flavours add length to the palate...