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Evans & Tate Other Whites Wines
Colour - Very pale straw with a bright green tint. Aroma - Bright, pungent aromas of gooseberry, nectarine and honeydew melon with complex herbal notes adding extra freshness and lift. Palate - A light to medium bodied wine with clean and juicy nectarine, gooseberry, passion fruit and crisp green apple flavours adding to the fantastic freshness and fruit intensity.
Appearance: Pale straw with a vivid green hue. Nose: The nose shows varietal intensity with fresh pineapple juice, cut green apple, spice, musk and floral characters. Palate: The palate is delicate and crisp, with green apple and mandarin flavours. The wine has extraordinary finesse and balance, and the finish is long and fresh. Food match: Baked snapper and hand cut chips with a rocket salad, sushi and sashimi.
Appearance: Brilliant pale straw with a fresh green tint. Nose: Green apple, nectarine and honeydew melon characters combine with subtle grassy notes and lime zest. Palate: Fresh and succulent, the palate reveals juicy melon flavours, beautifully balanced by a zesty natural acidity. The finish is crisp and refreshing with excellent length of flavour. Food match: Seafood or chicken.
Evans and Tate is now rated as a five star winery by wine industry doyenne James Halliday, proving they can do wines at either end of the spectrum. The Evans and Tate Classic white is probably one of WA’s most famous dry white styles, and is probably responsible for ridding the ocean of more prawns than any other white blend. It’s a veritable fruit bowl on the nose with zesty fruit and a touch of dried herbs before a juicy fruit palate with great length and freshness.
Colour: Very pale straw with a vibrant green rim Aroma: Classic Semillon Sauvignon Blanc characters of honeydew melon, nectarine, green apple, lemongrass and lime zest show on the nose. A touch of dried herbs, distinct to our Classic White style, adds a further dimension. Palate: The palate is long and dry with a lovely juicy sensation from the Semillon imparting intense front palate fruit flavour whilst the Sauvignon and Chenin Blanc contribute length and tightness to the overall blend. Food Match: Barbecued cuttlefish, chorizo and green bean salad; Roasted capsicum frittata and seasonal salad.
Colour: Brilliant pale straw. Aroma: Strongly varietal - grapefruit, orange blossom, sweet lifted spice and a touch of tropical fruits. Palate: The palate shows fresh, concentrated and varietal fruit flavours of citrus, green apple and grapefruit of tremendous persistence. Food Suggestions: Tandoori chicken and mango chutney baguette; Prawn and cucumber salad with lime dressing.
Colour: Pale straw with a youthful green tint. Aroma: Fresh aromas of gooseberry, nectarine and passionfruit with grassy, herbal notes providing additional intensity. Palate: Fresh and intensely flavoured with remarkable length. The palate has a lovely fleshy texture with the acidity enhancing the succulent, flavoursome finish. Food Suggestions: Grilled Asian flavoured scallops; Spanner crab salad, lychee and lime dressing.
Aromatic; intense, citrussy/minerally acidity runs through a dynamic palate. Gold WA Wine Show '08.
A new white for this quaffing range - much more like muscat: grapey, rose petal flavours, soft, round and sweet.
Light yellow-straw; the bouquet is fragrant and intensely fruity, with strong passionfruit aromas, perhaps partially yeast-derived. The palate is crisp and lively, with passionfruit and tropical fruit flavours, finishing with crisp acid.
Light green-yellow; a highly aromatic, fragrant bouquet with tropical passionfruit aromas is followed by a light, fresh and vibrantly crisp palate with flavours in the same spectrum. Drink immediately.
Light straw-green; potent herb, grass and mineral aromas are reflected in the intense flavours of the palate; good length and persistence. A blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc once again now entirely sourced from Margaret River. Impressive.
The last couple of vintages of this have been more to my liking. Plenty of fresh ripe tropical fruits with a gentle dusting of herbaceousness. Just made for immediate drinking
Medium-bodied, smooth and soft; varietal apricot notes, good balance; clean finish.
Water white; light-bodied, but no reduction; nice lemony fruit and minerality.
Glowing yellow-green; rich, developed, mouthfilling peach and apricot; avoids excess phenolics, though slightly hot Screwcap.
Back in the old days we never really worried what kind of grapes were crammed into the bottle. If It tasted good, who cared? And when you think of it, do we really care about the types of barley and hops in our beer? But it still seems odd to see no hint at all on the label of what this wine is made from. I mean, it could be turnips. And I'm trying to convince myself I don't care because I like it, whatever it is.
Clean, fresh and crisp; no varieties are stated, but it is in a citrus spectrum, with good acidity.