2012 Torbreck Woodcutters Rousanne Viognier Marsanne
Barossa Valley, South Australia

Light white flowers, Meyer lemon, crisp apple, nectarine, and balancing acidity combine for an extremely pleasant quaff. Try it with your version of salade nicoise, fish or shell fish, or a picnic lunch.

2012 Torbreck Woodcutters Rousanne Viognier Marsanne


as part of a mixed case.

16+ bottles available.

Winemaker's Notes
"Wonderfully lifted, floral and fragrant, the blend is alluring and complex and shows that these non-traditional varieties to the Barossa have adapted to their new home as well as their red counterparts have done over the last century or so. Although beautifully enjoyable in its youth with sashimi and fresh shellfish this wine will continue to increase in complexity with time and should provide compelling drinking over the coming years."

Technical Notes
"60% Roussanne 29% Viognier 11% Marsanne. After 24 hours the Roussanne was racked to tank, whilst the Marsanne & Viognier were transferred to seasoned French barriques. Each parcel endured a slow, cool fermentation and rested on fine lees for 7 months prior to 'assemblage'. 13.5% alc."

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