Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2020

$20

Cold ferment separately using stainless steel. Blended to achieve optimum balance and flavours whilst still maintaining predominantly a Sauvignon Blanc Character. Pale straw in colour, with fresh apple to lime notes and herbaceous overtones.

Description

Tasting Notes

Average Age of Vines: 14 years
Yield per Hectare: 4.6mt/Ha Sauvignon Blanc & 10.5mt/Ha Semillon
Harvest Date: Sauvignon Blanc – 3rd February 2020 – Kinglake
Semillon – 10th February – Wildwater
Winemaking: Cold ferment separately using stainless steel. Blended to achieve optimum balance and flavours whilst still maintaining predominantly a Sauvignon Blanc Character. Pale straw in colour, with fresh apple to lime notes and herbaceous overtones.

This is a clean crisp wine.

Food Pairing: Grilled fish or chicken, a simple Caesar salad..
Cellaring: Can be enjoyed now and for up to 3 years.
History: Here in Australia we are known for bringing the two together in a blend, commonly referred to as the “Classic White” wine blend. Sauvignon Blanc is a green skin grape, and it is believed to take its name from two French words – Sauvage – meaning “wild” and Blanc meaning “white”.
Less is known about Semillon, a golden skinned grape with it first being introduced into Australia in the early 19th Century, where it became synonymous with the Hunter Wine Region.
Awards:
2019 – Awarded a Bronze Medal at the 2019 Geographe & WA Alternative Varieties Wine Show

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Wine Options

Single Bottle – $20, 1/2 Case (6 Bottles) – $108, Case (12 Bottles) – $216