The serious stuff:
Fruit from the Frankland River vineyards were picked at night and individually vinified at cool temperatures to preserve varietal flavours and aromas. The assembled wine was fermented in older French oak barriques and lees stirred (battonage) in the traditional way for 3 months. The wine was treated with minimum handling techniques, filtered and bottled to retain freshness and vitality.
But, what does it taste like?
Bright and alive with classic tropical Sauvignon Blanc aromatics of passionfruit and fresh cut herbs. On the palate, the wine is juicy and structured with lip smacking flavours and ripe tropical fruits and citric acidity leading to a very agreeable and succulent finish.
This is a soft Sauvignon, with a beautifully rounded framework.