This cute little savvy from Mt Buff is certainly in the buff. It's a naked wine that is devoid of the dressings of oak and other winemaker tricks. It's pure fruit, and displays aromas of lemons, mowed grass and tropicals on the nose. The palate is light and grassy with zippy citrus acidity, a slaty texture, and a dry, frisky finish. Just chill it down and enjoy.
Appearance: Pale yellow with flecks of green.
Nose: Vibrant aromas of grass, sage and gooseberry with underling citrus and granite notes.
Palate: Displays flavours of gooseberries and herbs, the palate fine, yet persistent with a flinty texture typical of this soil. The finish is crisp and long.
Food: Asparagus salad, shellfish and savoury hors d’oeuvres.