Spee'Wah - Crooked Mick Viognier 2012 - Australian Wine 75cl Bottle

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Spee'Wah - Crooked Mick Viognier 2012
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75cl Bottle
£7.87
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Among Australia's oldest Viognier vineyards in the Murray Darling wine growing region.

Fresh peachy varietal characteristics, taut fruit on the palate with sweet, ripe lychee flavours and a citrus twist on the finish.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Spee'Wah Estate
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   Murray Darling
Brand:   Spee'Wah Estate
Country of Origin:   Australia
Grape Type:   Viognier
Region:   Victoria
Vintage:   2012

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Producer Information

Our Spee'Wah range is inspired by Crooked Mick - one of Australia's most popular mythical heroes.
Tales of Crooked Mick have been told around bushfires since the first European's started getting lost in the outback. They tell of a wild, larger than life character that lived in the Spee'Wah - among locations used over time is an area of the country on the border between New South Wales and Victoria, close to the Speewa cable ferry that crosses the Murray River north of Swan Hill, and home to the vines that made these wines.
Elizabeth Richardson is the winemaker behind the label and she has a trophy cabinet stuffed full of medals from her stint at Capel Vale in WA. Liz has one aim and one aim only: to ensure you reach for a second and third glass. Her knowledge of the Murray Darling vineyards is second to none and her contact book of growers is the envy of her peers. She has cherry picked parcels of outstanding fruit to make these wines and the quality shines through as soon as the bottles are opened.

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