Evans & Tate Cloud Dancer Sauvignon Blanc 2016
  • Lower in alcohol with plenty of verve and flavour
  • Winery rated 5 red stars, James Halliday
  • Crisp, elegant and juicy bright fruit flavours

Evans & Tate Cloud Dancer Sauvignon Blanc 2016 x6

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This stunning Sav Blanc is made with a lower alcohol percentage than regular wines while still maintaining delicious varietal characters. You'll enjoy fresh citrus, guava and freshly cut grass notes on the crisp, vibrant palate. It's the perfect white to sip at lunches or with delicately flavoured food.

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Try it with seafood paella.




Very pale straw with a vibrant green rim - typical of young Sauvignon Blanc.


A delicate nose of citrus fruits, guava and freshly cut grass that flows delightfully to the palate.


Elegant, full flavoured and refreshing with lovely mid palate juiciness that Western Australian Sauvignon Blanc is renowned for. The delicate nose of citrus fruits and freshly cut grass that flows delightfully to the palate. A fresh and vibrant wine that finishes soft but lingers with ripe fruit flavours.


The fruit for our Cloud Dancer Sauvignon Blanc is grown predominantly in the Pemberton and Geographe regions of Western Australia. Both areas have reputation for consistently producing aromatic intensely flavoured Sauvignon Blanc wines in a dry, refreshing style. All fruit for this wine was picked during the coolest part of the night to ensure the fruit reach the winery as cool as possible. Following a gentle pressing, the juice was cold settled in tank at 10C for 2 days before being racked, warmed to 17C and inoculated with a selected yeast strain. This yeast strain helped preserve the aromatic intensity of the characters found in Sauvignon Blanc. During fermentation, cool temperature were utilised to encourage aroma production, texture and overall varietal character. On the completion of fermentation, all batches were stabilised, chilled to 0C and clarified to avoid extended contact on yeast lees. The wine was then blended and lightly fined before being stabilised and filtered only once to produce a bottle ready wine. This minimal handling has helped to retain the attractive primary fruit flavoursand aromas critical to our style.

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