Regional Whites Bin End x12

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  • Stunning whites from top regions
  • Features Marlborough, Margaret River and Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Includes much love white styles: Sav Blanc, Sav Blanc blends and Vermentino

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Cormack & Co Margaret River Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2015 "63% sauvignon blanc, 31% semillon, 6% unknown, 91% from Margaret River, cool-fermented in stainless steel. The bouquet is slightly reductive adding as much as it detracts, this paradox swept away by the intensity of the citrus and tropical fruits on the palate, and above all else, the crunchy acidity on the dry finish." 92 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2017.
Aver Fleurieu Peninsula Vermentino 2015 Vermentino makes deliciously dry, savoury, food friendly wines and is responsible for some of Italy's tastiest whites. This one comes from Currency Creek in South Australia's famous Fleurieu Peninsula and is not to be missed.
Dune Ridge Margaret River Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2015 Margaret River makes some excellent white wines and this blend of Sav Blanc and Semillon adds a touch of complexity and elegance to any meal.
Wilton Farm Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2015 Wilton Farm Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is a pure expression of this much loved variety, with elegant flavours of gooseberry, melon and cut grass matched by a soft minerality on the finish.

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