WINEMAKING NOTES: The grapes were handpicked during the early morning hours at optimal ripeness and transported to the cellar. The fruit was both de-stemmed and whole bunch pressed and the juice was settled overnight. All parcels were kept separate and racked into fermentation with carefully selected yeast strain cultures. The wine spent time on the lees in stainless steel tanks, before being blended and bottled.
TASTING NOTES: Aromas of fresh apricot and nectarine mingle with ripe quince notes. Juicy and bright, the palate offers up succulent nectarine, melon and vibrant lemon. Approachable, light and succulent, there is great harmony between the
fruit and acidity. The appeal continues with satisfying length and gentle pear drop nuance on the finish.