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Heirloom Vineyards Adelaide Hills Pinot Grigio

Cracka Review

Pinot Grigio can be a simple sip or a symphony of the senses, a moment of pleasure or an eternity of contemplation. Only the poet can know, so stop thinking and surrender. 
 

Appearance: Bright and beautifully with onomatopoeic like green straw tinges at the edges of the glass. Let it catch the light and marvel at the sparkle.

Nose: An outrageous lift. This wine has an intense aroma of fresh-cut pear and clingstone peach accented by citrus blossom and soft floral notes. Overall it has a 3 dimensional quality to the aromas, ripening rock melon and some mown grass. Citrus blossom and soft floral notes dominate.

Palate: The Heirloom Adelaide Hills Pinot Grigio has that extra dimension. Fresh, textural acidity is complimented with juicy Nashi pear, Honeydew melon and lemon sherbert flavours all entwined with a middle palate viscosity that makes it both refreshing, soft and juicy. Almost impossible to over-chill this wine can be drunk with an amazing array of foods or just by itself. The acidity and freshness is the key to keeping all the flavour to the forefront.

Cellaring: An extraordinary Pinot Grigio from the Adelaide Hills that will cellar well but is so deliciously perfect now any argument for delayed gratification is almost academic.

Alcohol: 13.5%



Awards and Accolades

Blue-Gold - Sydney International Wine Competition

Winemaker's Notes

Pinot Grigio can be a simple sip or a symphony of the senses, a moment of pleasure or an eternity of contemplation. Only the poet can know, so stop thinking and surrender. 
 

Appearance: Bright and beautifully with onomatopoeic like green straw tinges at the edges of the glass. Let it catch the light and marvel at the sparkle.

Nose: An outrageous lift. This wine has an intense aroma of fresh-cut pear and clingstone peach accented by citrus blossom and soft floral notes. Overall it has a 3 dimensional quality to the aromas, ripening rock melon and some mown grass. Citrus blossom and soft floral notes dominate.

Palate: The Heirloom Adelaide Hills Pinot Grigio has that extra dimension. Fresh, textural acidity is complimented with juicy Nashi pear, Honeydew melon and lemon sherbert flavours all entwined with a middle palate viscosity that makes it both refreshing, soft and juicy. Almost impossible to over-chill this wine can be drunk with an amazing array of foods or just by itself. The acidity and freshness is the key to keeping all the flavour to the forefront.

Cellaring: An extraordinary Pinot Grigio from the Adelaide Hills that will cellar well but is so deliciously perfect now any argument for delayed gratification is almost academic.

Alcohol: 13.5%



Awards and Accolades

Blue-Gold - Sydney International Wine Competition

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