Heirloom Vineyards Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2014
  • From award-winning winemaker Elena Brooks
  • Crisp, zesty flavours from cool-grown grapes
  • The perfect white for picnics, lunches

Heirloom Vineyards Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2014 x12

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This extraordinary Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc smells like spring in a glass, with hints of blossoming flowers, green herbs, blackcurrant and pink grapefruit.

Wine Region

Adelaide Hills, South Australia.

Drink Until

2016

Varieties

Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Pan-seared tuna, avocado and green bean salad.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw with green straw tinges.

Nose

A spring-like bouquet of jasmine, chives, lemongrass and leeks but overall it has a three-dimensional quality to the aromas, with scents of gooseberries and cut grass.

Palate

Citrus flavours, white blossom and herb notes. Almost impossible to over-chill this wine can be enjoyed with an amazing array of foods or just by itself. Acidity and freshness is the key to its success.

Background

This Heirloom Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc was produced from Heirloom's best Adelaide Hills Vineyard whose clones and viticulture embody the very best in cutting edge but old school viticulture and winemaking. Hand tended vines, sorted bunch by bunch, naturally fermented free run juice, gently tank pressed and partially stored (15%) in well-seasoned French oak baroques for 12 weeks.

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