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Angullong Sauvignon Blanc

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1.40 KGS
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Product Description

Angullong Sauvignon Blanc

Region: Orange

Winemaker Jon Reynolds

Vintage Year: Current Vintage (Enquiries Welcome)

Colour     Pale straw with a youthful green hue.

Aroma     Lifted aromas of kiwifruit and passionfruit with citrus, herb, nettle and floral blossom.

Palate     Vibrant cool climate flavours of citrus and passionfruit. Lovely length, natural acidity and balance, with a fresh, crisp finish.

Region     Orange Region, NSW

Food Matches     Aperitif, Asian influence dishes, seafood & salads

Winemaking     The fruit was fermented in stainless steel fermenters at cool temperatures to retain the fresh fruit flavours and aromas.

Peak Drinking     2013 to 2015

Analysis     Alc/vol: 13.0%

Peter Chapman, Chronicle, Toowoomba, December 2013: "Ripe fresh and flavoursome newcomer that will win plenty of summer hearts. Get away from your usual Sav Blancs and Chardonnays and try this. Food: Summer salad.  Rating: 92/100"
National Liquor News, December 2013: "Cool climate flavours of citrus and passionfruit with lovely length and natural acidity."
John Rosental, Tasmanian Times, December 2013: 'I’ve never been a great fan of sauvignon blanc in general, but I reckon some of the best examples come out of the Orange district, where the cool, high-altitude climate seems to give the variety some real depth of flavour rather than just an explosion of aroma.
That abundance of herb, passionfruit and citrus aromas is all present and correct here, but it’s on the palate that the wine shows some real differences with the average savvy from New Zealand’s Marlborough region. It shows attractive depth and length, and easily passes the second and third glass test, especially when matched with Vietnamese and Thai food."
Jeremy Pringle, Winewilleatitself.com, December 2013: "Apparently about 15-20% of the fruit for this wine comes from Bantry Grove at above 950 metres in altitude. It balances the tropical body that results from Angullong’s vineyard being situated at around the 600 metre mark. I rather like the concept of blending across varied heights in the region. No need for every wine to chase the rarefied air of single site terroir.
Fatter, richer melon and passionfruit with restrained herbaceousness and a little capsicum. Citrus tinged acidity provides length on the back-palate. Softer acid and some curves. Fruit sweetness precedes a dry finish with a bit of carry. No winemaking tricks up its sleeve but good, honest drinking."

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