In both Margret River and Bordeaux the varieties Semillon and Sauvignon blanc perform extremely well. Individually they make beautiful and distinctive wines but when blended a wine of even greater quality is the result. This is the art of wine blending - to produce a wine that is greater than the sum of the parts.
A lively fresh wine with a tight crisp acidity and a creaminess to the texture. There is a distinct minerality to the palate which displays flavours of citrus, green fig and lemonade with notes of brioche and snow pea.
Pale straw with a green hue
A lifted aroma of gooseberry, cut grass, lemon tart, guava and gun smoke with hints straw, sherbet and passionfruit.
WINEMAKING & VITICULTURE
The grapes are grown in Margaret River on our Yallingup vineyard . The grapes are hand harvested before being crushed, pressed and settled. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks with wild yeast, followed by aging in tank on yeast lees. When we are happy with the texture from the lees aging process the wine is prepped for bottling and bottled ready for summer drinking.