Pale straw with green hues.
The fresh and zesty nose displays lifted and youthful aromas of mixed crisp citrus and white peach fruit.
The wine is bright and intense, with generous citrus and stone fruit flavours supported by crisp and lively acidity, typical of the best wine styles from this region.
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vintage & winemaking
Carefully blended from a range of parcels from the Smithbrook vineyard. Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon are grown on varying aspects on the site. Seasonal variation will impact which parcels perform best in each year for selection in this house blend.
This aromatically lifted blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon exudes guava, passionfruit and orange zest. Partial fermentation in French oak barriques contribute vanillin, nougat aromas to the nose, while adding texture and complexity to the generous palate. It maintains a fresh, tropical flavour profile, with a clean, dry finish.
- Alcohol: 13%
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the west australian good food guide awards 2020
What a drink! Summery white personified. Crisp and clean, simple done well, effortless, refreshing drinking. Shows with fine, grassy acidity, green mango and green melon characters with a dash of citrus fruit and appley notes. An excellent example of more ‘classic dry white’ style here. Bright, fresh, built for warm days.
I couldn’t believe the outstanding flavour and crispy notes from a wine that is so reasonably priced.