Heartland - Pinot Gris 2011 - Australian White Wine 75cl Bottle


Heartland - Pinot Gris 2011
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75cl Bottle
Available 27th Feb 2016

Pale lemon green in colour, this Pinot Grigio displays an attractive nose with hints of melon, pear and apple blossom.

The palate is fresh and lively with a touch of spice and citrus.

The tannin of Pinot Grigio adds firmness and structure to the palate.

A hint of Viognier contributes to the luscious mouthfeel.

Sumptuous fruit flavours are balanced by a crisp, dry, flinty finish.

Dry, medium-bodied and unoaked.

Great on its own but pairs nicely with seafood, light pastas and cheese.

92% Pinot Grigio, 8% Viognier.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Heartland Wines   -   www.heartlandwines.com.au
ABV:   12.5%
Appellation:   McLaren Vale
Body:   Medium Bodied
Brand:   Heartland Wines
Country of Origin:   Australia
Food Match:   Mild Fish
Grape Type:   Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
Grape Type:   Viognier
Region:   South Australia
Style of White Wine:   Crisp & Dry
Type of closure:   Screw Cap
Vintage:   2012


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Producer Information

Winemaker Ben Glaetzer has teamed up with two of Australia's leading wine professionals - Grant Tilbrook and Vicki Arnold - to create individual wines with strong varietal and regional characteristics under the Heartland label. All wines are from Heartland’s own vineyards in Langhorne Creek and Limestone Coast, South Australia.

Langhorne Creek is one of Australia's oldest viticultural regions, the first plantings being in 1850. It is known for producing reds with rich, opulent mouthfeel and fine tannins. The Limestone Coast has the same Terra Rossa soil of its famous, slightly cooler neighbour, Coonawarra. The long, cool growing season contributes great finesse and elegance to the wines.

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