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Dowie Doole Cane Cut Viognier (375ml)

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Cane Cut refers to a pruning method used on vines, and this cheeky little viognier from Dowie Doole is a sweet dessert style that shows appealing scents of ripe apricots, orange peel and buttered toast on the nose. The palate is rich and sumptuous with loads of ripe stone fruit and candied orange flavours, cleansing acidity, and a bright, long finish. It's not a syrupy style, so it will go very nicely with a fruit salad or a chunck of brie cheese.

Winemaker's Notes

Very pale gold in colour. Fresh, lifted nose redolent of ripe apricots, figs and quinces which leads to the elegant, sensuous palate. While the palate is rich, it is never cloying, with a long skein of acid running through to the clean, crisp finish. A delicious, lighter style "sticky."

Food: Game terrines, fruit based desserts and soft, creamy blue cheeses.

Cellaring: Now - 2015.

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Dowie Doole Cane Cut Viognier (375ml)

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WINESTATE (2010 Vintage) says
Complex, toasty, citrus marmalade-like nose, and powerful palate loaded with luscious, ripe flavours in the tropical spectrum.
WINESTATE Volume 34 (2011)

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