Clear and bright, pale lemon.
Grapefruit, ginger and apricot aromas have underlying floral nuances of jasmine, orange blossom and honeysuckle.
Dry, evident acidity with a stone-fruit sweetness and a mineral texture which leads to a long, persistent finish. A well balanced style that has a lingering flavour and is superbly suited to rich flavoursome foods.
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Estate-grown, the low-yielding Viognier was planted on well drained gravelly loam over red clay soils with a western aspect allowing the fruit to reach full maturity and great intensity of flavour. Utilising the VSP trellis system, shoots and bunches were thinned to keep cropping levels low. Typically, Viognier is late ripening and a low-yielding variety.
The fruit was handpicked and whole bunch pressed at 5°C to seasoned and new oak without clarification and allowed to undertake “natural” fermentation. The wine was aged in French oak on lees for four months before blending and bottling in August 2017.
Perth Hills (Estate) 100%
Fantastic with spiced foods such as Indian or Middle Eastern cuisine especially fish and chicken dishes.
No mistaking the distinctive aromas of this variety. Apricots and gingery notes on the nose with a lift of orange rinds. The palate has a vibrant lift and has been deliberately crafted to keep it fresh and leaner. Mid-palate creaminess is most appealing and the tanging lemon and orange zest on the finish completes a very good wine. Cellar: 5 years.92
TROPHY - Best White Wine of Show
TROPHY - Chairman's Trophy for Regional Character