Halliday Whites 6-pk x6

  • Three Halliday rated white wines
  • Including Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and a very clever Roussanne Marsanne blend
  • From the glorious regions of Wrattonbuly, Pyrenees and Adelaide Hills

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Down To Earth Wrattonbully Sauvignon Blanc 2014 "Has the tart citrus zest and pith flavours of early picked sauvignon blanc; 93% tank-fermented, 7% fermented and briefly aged on lees in a 2000l French foudre (cask). A sauvignon blanc with chutzpah, and worthy of a year or so in the cellar." 93 points, James Halliday

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Glenlofty Pyrenees Roussanne Marsanne 2012 "Gleaming straw-green; the bouquet has fresh straw, honeysuckle and musk aromas that feed through seamlessly into the palate; there's plenty to the wine on the palate now, but it's half formed, the arms and legs yet to be joined to the body. Worth waiting for this to happen 3 or 4 years down the track." 91 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, July 2014.
Mcguigan The Shortlist Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2013 "Wild yeast-fermented and matured in new French hogsheads, stirred weekly for 8 months. Gleaming straw-green, it has the length and grip Adelaide Hills confers on many of its best chardonnays, grip giving emphasis to its array of cool-grown chardonnay characteristics." 94 points, James Halliday Australian Wine Companion, August 2016.

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