White Wines from Pertaringa
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White Wines from Pertaringa
Medium to full yellow-green; ripe fruit is surrounded by a cocoon of charry vanillin oak; that oak influence comes through strongly on the palate, building towards the finish. A high-flavoured wine which will have considerable appeal to oak addicts.
A powerful bouquet; auto-suggestion of smoke; curiously, less intensity on the palate than the bouquet suggests, but well balanced and avoids phenolics.
Light straw-green; the bouquet is clean and crisp, with a hint of capsicum, but lacking ripe fruit; the palate follows track, sustained by the clever use of residual sugar.
Fresh herbs and spices to a background of citrus/lemon fruit; light-bodied.
Interesting floral apple blossom aromas; gentle balanced fruit, nearing but not quite tropical; clean finish.
Mainly from an estate vineyard in McLaren Vale, the remainder from the K1 vineyard in the Adelaide Hills; plenty of life and lemony flavours.
A clean fresh bouquet, the palate following logically; some grass and herb, and good length, but not exciting.
Bright, lively and very fresh ´Fruit Tingle of a wine thats very spritzy in the mouth.
Lovely nose - smells of cut hay and quinces with some toastiness. Beautifully handled palate with some serious wood and lovely dry, gentle finish. Would be great with a dish of chicken with apricots.
Minerally grass and capsicum characters are the drivers of the palate, which has freshness and length.
Lifted florals - smells of lemon blossoms - followed by a sweet citrus peel palate.
Fresh and crisp, citrus, tropical and mineral bouquet; the palate is clearly defined, with crunchy acid and vibrant fruit to conclude.
Bright green-quartz; part barrel fermentation in new French oak, plus the combined alcohol and acidity, give this wine an Adelaide Hills feel; there is a range of citrus fruit flavours that will fill out with more time in bottle.
Slightly dry, varietally expressive crowd pleaser with a solid spine of acid.
Palish yellow/green colour. Shy but fresh grassy aromas; fresh salad leaves. Lively limey acidity and some intensity of flavour. Pleasant quaffer with a clean, dry finish of some persistence. Good. It has some concentration - rare in 2011.