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Deep Woods Estate Ivory Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

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The onslaught of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc continues at pace so it's worth remembering that wines like this are still around - well made, fresh and simple white wines that showcase early picked grape freshness and winemaking biased towards retaining freshness. The end result is crisp, grapey and utterly refreshing.

We first spotted this wine while scanning through the results from the Melbourne Wine Awards. In amongst a highly rated (and high priced) bracket is landed a gold medal and a huge 95 points and we thought ‘wow, that’s a big score for a $20 wine’.

After drinking a few bottles we’re not actually surprised at all! It’s a stupendously fresh and vibrant white wine, with lemon and grapefruit fruit and a lovely crisp finish. No wonder the Melbourne Wine Awards judges gave this a very healthy 95 points and a gold medal!

Needless to say this is a smart wine. A very smart wine, from a Margaret River winery that has won a boatload of trophies and gold medals over the last few years and is on a roll.

This white will normally set you back $19.99/bottle. But today you can have it for an absolute steal!

Winemaker's Notes

Ivory is a classic blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc produced from both select growers and Deep Woods Estate grown fruit. The 2015 vintage, whilst commencing very early, was extremely good for aromatic grape varieties with amazing natural acidity present in the juices. This natural acidity enabled the production of wines of excellent varietal purity and freshness. Clean, cold ferments were integral in harnessing the brightness and vibrancy of both varieties, while extended lees contact on select parcelsprovides texture and depth.

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Royal Melbourne Wine Show (2015 Vintage) says
95 Points + Gold Medal (Class 25 - BLENDS OF SEMILLON & SAUVIGNON BLANC 2015)

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