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RegionSouth East Australia
WinemakerRussell Cody
ColourStraw with light, golden hues.
AromaFresh floral and tropical aromas are complimented by lemonade icy-pole and spicy musk stick notes.
PalateA tropical fruit explosion of flavour with pineapple, lychee flavours to the front of the palate. This is complimented by some floral characters, with sweetness balancing out this long, fresh and balanced palate.
Growing ConditionsN/A
Vinification/MaturationOnce the grapes have reached their optimum maturity level they were harvested in the cool of the night and promptly delivered to the winery. The grapes were crushed into drainers where the premium free-run juice was separated from the skin. This juice was then delicately handled through the juice clarification and fermentation stages, all the time being kept separate to allow for the best possible blending options. Once fermentation and clarification was complete, a blend was put to together to ensure consistency across this style. There was an addition of CO 2 to give the wine a slight spritz of freshness when opened. The wine was then stabilised before filtration and bottling under screw cap to preserve the aromatic fruit compounds.
Acidity (TA)5.95 g/L
Bottles per Case6
Last Tasted Date05-08-2014
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Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 27 x 18 x 35 cm


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