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Xanadu Exmoor Semillon Sauvignon CONFIRM VINTAGE

Semillon Sauvignon Blanc Margaret River Western Australia
Is it from Margaret River, classicaly fruit driven and rejuvenatingly dry? you bet! Xanadu were one of the regional pioneers who made the Sauvignon Semillon blend so chic. The classic dry style of Margaret River white, offering wonderful purity of complex fruit character, a lean crisp acidity and refreshing mineral finish. A fluency in the production of this wonderfully appealing accord makes Exmoor the starting point, when seeking out a revitalizing white wine to accompany every cuisine and all good food.
Available by the dozen
Case of 12
$239.00
Xanadu were one of the first to choose their ground in Margaret River. Exceptional growing seasons and good ripening conditions are what makes Xanadu's vineyards so special, the vines thrive under the favourable climes. Each parcel of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc is harvested to a schedule determined by the optimum level of physiological ripeness. Fruit is crushed, destemmed and chilled before pressing. The settled, clean juices are vinified in temperature controlled fermenters through the action of aromatic yeast strains, to retain fresh varietal characteristics. The final components are selected on the basis of synergy, to be assembled and treated to a gentle fining and stabilisation.
Pale straw with slight green hue. A vibrant bouquet displays freshly squeezed citrus characters with passionfruit and dried herbs in the background. Medium bodied, the lively palate offers zesty lemon/ lime flavours combined whith guava and hints of thyme and spice. An easy drinking Margaret River style with wonderful purity, fruit driven, honest and lip smacking with crisp acidity and a clean refreshing finish.
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