Quealy Pursuit Victoria Field Blend White 2014
  • Fantastically fresh, crisp & aromatic
  • Made by Kathleen Quealy, of T'Gallant fame
  • Perfect for long, lazy weekend lunches

Quealy Pursuit Victoria Field Blend White 2014 x12

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Kathleen Quealy, famous for her innovative work with the renowned T'Gallant winery, has created this beautiful ?field blend', made from Sav Blanc, Pinot Gris, Vermentino and a splash of the exotic Malvista Istria. This is a gorgeous white, fresh, fruity and really aromatic ? just like a spring garden (or spring field!) It's brilliant with delicately flavoured chicken dishes.

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Suavignon Blanc 48%, Pinot Gris 33%, Vermentino 10%, Malvista Istria 4%




Rockmelon wrapped in prosciutto, an antipasto platter with slivers of pear and parmesan, cured meats and figs on a warm afternoon in the sun.




Pale straw colour with green tints.


Displays tropical fruit salad aromas with some herbal hints.


Crisp and well-rounded, flavoursome lemon zest and melon palate with good mineral-like acidic balance and a clean crisp finish.


Quea!y is Kathleen Quealy's new wine identity. As one of the original founders of the famous T'Gallant wines, Kathleen has invaluable experience in crafting flavoursome, easy-drinking contemporary wines like the new 'Pursuit' Extremely Funky range.The Mornington Peninsula is almost surrounded by water, and its cool climate has a strong maritime influence, which avoids extremes in temperatures.

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