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Other Whites Wines from Wineries List: H
Like a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat the team at Harewood have pulled this ‘White Rabbit’ by waving their winemaking wand. An interesting blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Semillon from several cool climate sites in W.A. makes this a no brainer for mid-week quaffing. It’s like a fruit shop on the nose with citrus, rock melon and banana all appearing. The theme continues on the palate culminating in some grapefruit tinged acidity.
The Houghton white classic has been like an old friend to Aussies for years. For many, they lost their wine virginity to the Houghton white classic, and today it still offers value 'bang for your buck'. It's citrusy and tropical fruit salad on the nose, whilst the palate is light-bodied and thirst quenching with mouth-watering lemon acidity pushing towards a relatively dry finish. It's perfect any time of day.
Poor Verdelho, overlooked by consumers who gravitate towards Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris, shame really because once you get to know this little tropical trooper you’ll be kicking yourself that you’d not discovered it earlier. WA does Verdelho well and this personifies the ‘sunshine in a bottle’ fruit ripeness and zesty freshness that we equate with this grape. Winemaker Dave Longden is a master at teasing out a vineyard’s true potential, as you’ll see when you taste this. Serve it chilled with a variety of dishes including Asian or Moroccan inspired seafood.
Colour: Cherry Blossom red Aroma: Fresh berries and toffee apples Palate: Lively palate of strawberry jam and passionfruit Serving Suggestion: The perfect aperitif on its own. Is also fantastic with Canapés and fresh oysters
Sauvignon Blanc with a little added interest – now who wouldn’t love that. Punchy passionfruit Sauvignon Blanc from WA with some creaminess of texture and smoky pear from the addition of a little Pinot Gris. Sauvignon Blanc with a kick!
Will Moscato ever be in the same league as Sauvignon Blanc? Probably not, but Moscato does appeal to a cross section of drinkers who are looking for light bodied refreshment, not to mention low alcohol so it makes a good brunch beverage. It’s gorgeously perfumed with musk and floral aromas as well as honey and spice. It’s lively and offers great refreshment with a good balance of sweetness and acids. Perfect on it’s own or with sweet desserts.
Rampant white? It’s got a certain ring to it and we were rampant to chug down a bottle of this blend from the Margaret River. It’s a trio of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Semillon and is so mouth-wateringly effective when paired with fresh seafood. It’s a wine with immense juicy fruit flavour combined with smart acids that lend freshness and drive. Get rampant for this one.
A very smart Viognier showing all of this grapes richness of fruit with musky, heady aromas and a creamy very generous palate. Another bottle please?
Produced from the cool Frankland River sub-region this is a crisp, vital and snappy sort of white driven by acidity and lemon/limey fresh fruit flavours. Just cries out for some sort of BBQ prawns with chilli sauce.
Colour: Pale straw with a shade of green. Nose: Very fresh, very clean and no hint of oxidation whatsoever. A complex aroma that displays the buttery characteristics of the wines malolactic fermentation with lime and stonefruit notes and some lifted bready, nutty and yeasty aromas. Palate: Buttery cashew characters combine with figgy fruit flavours and a creamy palate to yield a wine of considerable difference. Thankfully the wine shows no obvious oxidative characters, which is testament to our level of care in making this wine The wine is full flavoured and the finish exhibits some yeast and sweet lemon butter with crisp acidity.
Lychee, peach and guava are the predominant aromas that make up this appealing gewürztraminer. Cinnamon spice and turkish delight characteristics compliment these aromas to form a highly aromatic flavoursome wine with a lingering palate. Hunter's Wine Reviews and Accolades Gold Medal: 2011 The Marlborough WIne Show Silver Medal: 2011 Spiegelau International Wine Competition Silver: 2010 Air New Zealand Wine Awards Silver: 2011 Sommelier WIne Awards 90/100 and 4.5 Stars: 2011 Wine Orbit Magazine Bronze Medal: 2010 New Zealand International Wine Show Bronze Medal: 2010 Internaitonal Aromatic Wine Competition
Lychee, peach and guava are the predominant aromas that make up this appealing gewürztraminer. Cinnamon spice and Turkish delight characteristics compliment these aromas to form a highly aromatic flavoursome wine with a lingering palate.
If there’s one grape that needs a good deal of P.R. then it’s Gewurztraminer, this highly aromatic style is the bees knees when it comes to pairing with spicy Asian food. This version from Huia in Marlborough delivers exactly what we look for in a Gewurztraminer, it’s rich and textured on the palate without it being cloying. It smells floral with a spicy lift. The palate has a Turkish delight and lychee character before a long, complex finish.
Appearance: Green-gold in colour. Nose: An explosion of exotic aromas exhibiting rose petals, green lychee and Turkish delight with hints of green peppercorn and ginger spice. Palate: The dry, crisp palate has rosehip and caraway notes supported by Chinese mint with a crunchy texture and excellent length. Henschke Wine Reviews & Accolades "This gewürztraminer from Henschke is more about drinking than scoring. It’s not overly impressive, if you stop to scrutinize, but it sure is fun to drink. It’s spicy and floral but not in an exaggerated or overbearing way; given the exuberance of the variety, it’s restrained and modest. It tastes of musk, lime, citrus and green apple, and while ...
Still exhibits tropical fruit on the palate but has the added complexity of buttery toast from extended maturation. An exceptional aged Verdelho from the Houghton Museum. Recommend serving lightly chilled.
Colour: Clear, pale straw. Nose: Perfumed aroma of cut grass, guava, banana, honey due melon and nectarine. Palate: Great flavour intensity, sweet fruit and a light acid structure. The palate is a fruit salad of flavours with some grassy, herbaceous elements apparent. The wine has persistent flavour and finishes with a crisp acidity and nectarine aftertaste.
Only grapes growing on selected, north facing, sheltered slopes have been used in LuLu-V. 2006 gave us ideal conditions for wine grapes and this Viognier was harvested at the peak of its flavour maturity with perfect levels of acidity. Great care was taken during both harvest and vinification to preserve these evocative flavours and excellent balance. LuLu-V is refreshingly crisp with silky textures and the airy perfumes of apricot, peach and acacia blossom and a cornucopia of mouth-filling fruit flavours. These include citrus zest, apricot and tangerine with hints of pawpaw, guava and tobacco.