Willunga 100 - McLaren Vale Adelaide Hills Viognier 2012 - Australian White Wine



Willunga 100 - McLaren Vale Adelaide Hills Viognier 2012
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A great representation of a "modern Condrieu" style, with fantastic, fine minerality, understated apricots and fresh spring flower aromatics.

The palate showcases fine, crisp acidity from the cooler climate fruit with amazing length.

This wine does not exhibit any of the heavier cloying oiliness that some riper styles of Australian Viognier's do.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Willunga 100   -   www.willunga100.com
ABV:   13%
Acidity g/l:   6.57
Appellation:   Adelaide Hills
Brand:   Willunga 100
Country of Origin:   Australia
Food Match:   Soft Cheeses
Food Match:   Poultry
Grape Type:   Viognier
Ph Level:   3.3
Region:   South Australia
Residual Sugar g/l:   1
Vintage:   2012


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Producer Information

Willunga 100 is in McLaren Vale, south of Adelaide. The grapes for the Willunga wines come from a range of selected vineyards in McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills, including some over 50 years old. Wines were made by Steve Pannell and Kate Day up to 2010 and now by Tim James and Kate Day. They use modern equipment alongside traditional winemaking techniques, including open-top fermenters, to ferment the small parcels of fruit arriving at the winery. Willunga 100 aims to produce unique and distinctive wines which capture the essence of the region.

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