New Release -2017 Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

The 2017 Sauvignon Blanc Semillon has just been released and is now available online and at the Cellar Door.

Both the Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grapes are known for their origins in the producing wines from the Bordeaux Region in France. Here in Australia we often see the two grapes blended to create either what is known colloquially as SBS or SSB. This three letter acronym we’ve adopted in this country, all depends upon which grape is in the greatest quantity in the blend. Sauvignon Blanc dominant then it is called SBS, Semillon dominate, then we see SSB. A little known fact to many of the public is that once we use greater than 15% of another grape variety in a blend then we are required to list that variety on the label.

Our pale straw coloured wine has been blended to gain optimum in flavour and balance but still maintaining the characteristics of Sauvignon Blanc. A clean crisp palate of crunchy apples and juicy limes, with a lovely freshy citrusy finish. Great to enjoy now as a light summer drinking wine.

Pop over to the Ordering page to buy some now – https://vineyard28.com.au/product/sauvignon-blanc-semillon/

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Vineyard 28 Wines featured in Mandurah Restaurants

Vineyard 28 is pleased to announce our wines are now showcasing at two great restaurants in Mandurah.

Duck Duck Moose on Mandurah Terrace has added the 2014 Vineyard 28 “The Alternative” Moscato to their wine list.

You can check out Duck Duck Moose via their Facebook page – Duck Duck Moose Cafe

The Stagedoor Waterfront Restaurant, on the Boardwalk  has added the 2014 Vineyard 28 Arneis and 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon to their wine list. More info on the Stagedoor Waterfront is available at their website – Stagedoor Waterfront

See you at these Mandurah Restaurants.

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2013 Arneis now available

Award wining 2013 Arneis is now available for purchase.Arneis White Wine
The 2013 Arneis was awarded a Silver Medal at the 2013 Geographe Wine Show.

Picked February 2013, The Arneis is pressed within 2 hours of harvest. The juice settles then it is racked after 36 hours. The wine is then fermented for 21 days and was then left on lees for 2 weeks before wine was racked again. The wine was then further fined, cold stabilised and bottled in July. Pale yellow straw colour, with an aromatic bouquet. Intense and rich palate with nutty overtones makes a wonderful full bodied wine.

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Here is what Scoop Magazine had to say about the newly released 2013 Arneis

Vineyard 28 ‘The Alternative’ Arneis, Harvey 2013
Quality is on the rise in Geographe, particularly with alternative varietals.
Arneis is a textured, often white-spiced, nutty white grape variety from Piedmont, Italy.
Here in WA it delivers all that, with more peaches and mandarins, and plenty of freshness.
Drink by pool or sea.
Scoop Magazine Review of Arneis 2013

 

 

 

 

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