Miles From Nowhere Best Blocks Semillon Sauvignon Blanc (6-pack) 2016
  • Rated 91 points by James Halliday
  • Made from the very best parcels of fruit
  • Partial barrel fermentation adds subtle richness

Miles From Nowhere Best Blocks Semillon Sauvignon Blanc (6-pack) 2016 x6

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"As the name infers, superior parcels of fruit across the two varieties were selected for this cuvee. A smidgen was barrel-fermented, imparting a welcome creamy core to the wine, while counterbalancing the racy, herbal and vegetal tones of snow pea, nettle, hedgerow and greengage that cut across aroma and palate." 91 points James Halliday

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70% Semillon and 30% Sauvignon Blanc




Asian style prawn ravioli with shredded, stir fried vegetables in a lemongrass and turmeric broth.


10% barrel fermented in 2 year old French oak barriques.


Pale straw core with a greenish hue.


Lifted fruit aromas of green apple, rich passion fruit, lemon ctrus and spice, are perfectly layered with delicate aromas of freshly cut grass and crisp green snow peas and green capsicum.


A medium bodied wine with ample flavour and fruit intensity. Fleshy passionfruit and melon is supported with a fresh green apple acidity. Hints of lemongrass on the front palate and spicy nougat oak on the back, this wine is clean and lively with well-balanced complexity.


Our best blocks of Sauvignon Blanc were harvested in late February and the Semillon in early March in the cool of the night. The grapes were crushed and lightly pressed under inert conditions to avoid any extraction of harsh phenolics and oxidation. The juice was clarified, warmed and inoculated for ferment. Approximately 10% of the Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc juice was transferred to a combination of new and old French barriques for fermentation. A combination of yeasts were used to enhance the varietal characters and to produce fresh, fruity, clean wines. The ferments were held at a cool 14°C (a little higher for the oaked portion). Fermentation lasted an average of 14 days. Once settled the wines in stainless steel were racked off gross lees while the barrel component was allowed to age on lees for four months. The individual components were then assessed and blended. The blend was given a light fining before being filtered and prepared for bottling.

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