From

$10.99

a bottle

De Bortoli Deen Vat Series No 5 Botrytis Semillon (375ml) 2009
  • From a five-red star Halliday rated winery
  • From the makers of the famous Noble One
  • Superb, rich luscious dessert wine

De Bortoli Deen Vat Series No 5 Botrytis Semillon (375ml) 2009 x12

$131.88

Save $36.12

PER CASE

Add To Cart
Product Code: W3959
Calculate delivery & handling fee
De Bortoli have set the standard for Botrytis Semillons with Noble One, but here's its 'little brother'. It has classic botrytis characters of dried apricots and marmalade, supported by a touch of vanillin oak.

Wine Region

MIA INCLUDES RIVERINA & GRIFFI

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Semillon

Alcohol

11.0%

Foods

Try with an array of fruit desserts or enjoy with a platter of cheeses and dried fruit.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Light golden.

Nose

Echoes of citrus, peach, pear, nectarine and honey with attractive oak aroma's.

Palate

A vibrant mouthfeel of stone fruits, citrus, a twist of caramel and subtle oak interplay combined with a slight touch of refreshing acidity give this wine a beautifully balanced and lingering finish.

Background

De Bortoli have established a number of Semillon vineyards over the years from which the fruit is sourced for this sweet, delectable wine. Fermentation occurs over four to eight weeks, with each vineyard kept separate to enhance characteristics during fermentation and maturation

Estimate your delivery cost
{{errorMessage}}
Delivery per case {{freightPerCaseDisplay}}
 
Click & Collect from BWS {{clickAndCollectFreightDisplay}}
Collect your order from a participating store
 

A handling fee of $1.20 per case (metro) or $1.40 per case (regional) will apply to your order.

Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $14.00 (plus delivery and handling)

Our Story

300,000 people can’t be wrong

If you’re looking for more from every glass of wine you can expect exceptional quality at an extraordinary price here.

Go

Shop

our cellar packed with great wine

When you shop with Cellarmasters, you’re only a step away from the people who grew the grapes and made the wine.

Go

Our winemakers

Feature story Go