Articles in Fume Blanc, Riesling, Baillieu WINE and Gewurztraminer

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by Paradigm Hill on July 6, 2018
Paradigm Hill Riesling
by Paradigm Hill on July 6, 2018
Fruit is crushed, stems removed and the must is left to soak a while before pressing off the juice & overnight cooling. The clear juice that is fermented in open 2000 litre vats [14oC to 16oC]. Wine is bottled after a further 6 months.... Read full article
on April 12, 2018
Rahona Valley Mary's Block Gewurztraminer
on April 12, 2018
This wine is a surprise! A strong varietal Gewurz nose, with prominent lychees along with some apples and pear skin. The palate reverberates with spice from start to finish, with an attractive slipperiness and great length. A small amount of...... Read full article
on April 12, 2018
Rahona Valley Late Harvest Riesling
on April 12, 2018
This style is rather more like a German Auslese style; it is very sweet and proudly intended to be a rich, dessert style wine. Sometimes Auslese styles have Botrytis influence but not in this case. It features riper citrus notes on the nose, nudging ... Read full article
on April 12, 2018
Rahona Valley Kaye's Block Riesling
on April 12, 2018
In Germany, this would be called a Spatlese style; it tends to be called off dry in Australia. All of which means it is a bit sweet but not extremely so. It shows lovely blossoms and limes on the nose and then its natural acidity gives it effortless... Read full article
by Trofeo Estate on October 18, 2016
Trofeo Estate Sauvignon Blanc
by Trofeo Estate on October 18, 2016
Our Sauvignon Blanc is fermented and matured in French oak barriques, adding complexity and depth. Tropical fruits such as lychees and pineapples dominate on the nose, moving toward passionfruit on the palate. This wine has persistent length of...... Read full article
by Crittenden Estate on September 21, 2016
Crittenden Estate Peninsula Fumé Blanc
by Crittenden Estate on September 21, 2016
This FUMÉ BLANC style is a beguiling wine that brings a new dimension to Sauvignon in our wine line up. Essentially it seeks to capture a smoky minerality with both texture and length, and in our view succeeds. Due to the use of only 10% new oak...... Read full article