This is where it starts. From our Work From Home Series - a six mix for white lovers. Wines from Australia, France and Italy.
De Iuliis Semillon 2018 - The De Iuliis Semillon 2018 is fresh, lemony and zesty, but has quite a juicy mid-palate with beeswax and nutty notes. A great drink now wine, but I’m still going to keep a couple.
Bollini Pinot Grigio 2018 - “Straw yellow in colour, clear-cut and delicate on the nose, with scents of acacia flowers, minerals and pear. The fresh natural acidity supports the wine” Winemaker’s notes.
Rieslingfreak No.4 Eden Valley Riesling 2019 - "Fresh, bright, aromatic. White flowers, gooseberries. Talc and slate. Great lemon, limes, with a lingering acid back bone. The vibrancy of the palate has you salivating for more. A wine which will go the distance now and in time." Winemaker's notes. 95 points from James Halliday.
Medhurst Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2017 - "Bright pale straw with green hues, extremely vibrant and brilliant in the glass. The nose shows hints of grapefruit and stone fruit, both rich and flavoursome yet subtle. No real oak influence, but plenty of mealy, flinty notes. The palate is poised and powerful, showing off a benchmark Yarra Valley vintage and our site. Again oak nowhere to be seen it simply helps usher the beautiful pure fruit to the back of an effortless long and fine palate." Winemaker's notes.
Langlois-Chateau Saumur Blanc 2018 - The wine is a clear, light greeny-gold. On the nose and palate you'll find fresh melon, green apples, citrus and tropical fruit. A subtle hay/grassy character makes it just a touch like a Hunter Semillon. Medium-to-light-bodied with crisp tart green apples on the finish and a hint of Euro savouriness and minerality.
Domaine Pichot Sec Vouvray 2018 - Exceptional intensity - perfume, finesse and lip-smacking freshness. Old vine depth with texture and richness. 3 grams residual sugar (ie. dry) with refreshing balanced acidity. Stunning.
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