White wine is a wine whose colour can be straw-yellow, yellow-green, or yellow-gold coloured.
It is produced by the alcoholic fermentation of the non-coloured pulp of grapes which may have a white or black skin. It is treated so as to maintain a yellow transparent colour in the final product. The wide variety of white wines comes from the large number of varieties, methods of winemaking, and also the ratio of residual sugar.
Pale straw with lime hues in appearance with a nose of fresh lime, lemon curd, cashew nuts and honeysuckle. A fresh youthful palate with flavous of lime, pear and grapefruit. Hints of gunflint and marzipan add to the wines complexity and are balanced by a finely focused, bright, chalky acidity leading to a great persistance of flavour.
A classic Yarra Valley Chardonnay with aromas of citrus and stone fruits. White peach and nectarine characters are layered with hints of dried figs on the nose. The palate is focussed and bright, with almond nougat and cashew flavours adding further layers. Barrel fermentation, ageing and lees stirring play a subtle role, building texture and complexity. Delicate acidity builds length supporting the vibrant fruit characters.
Racy yet very textural. Powerful nose with an interesting combination of fruit and mineral whilst the palate has extreme impact and focus. Signature Giaconda flavours of meal and hazelnut, great length and balance. This is all about concentration with great finesse. Don't miss this as it should turn out to be a real classic.
Chablis is an isolated island of wine in the northern section of viticultural Burgundy halfway between Dijon and Paris.
Maison Louis Latour’s Chablis is the ultimate expression of what the noble Chardonnay grape is capable of on the region’s famous kimmeridgian limestone slopes.
The wine is perfumed, lively, clean and steely-tasting with a crisp finish.This Chablis presents itself in a beautiful brilliant pale gold color. The nose is floral and the mouth is fresh with nice notes of citrus fruits. Beautiful minerality in the finish.
Straw yellow in color, the aromas, intense and ample, recall yellow fruit, white flowers, and orange blossoms. Full in flavor and soft and savory, the finish and aftertaste recall the fruit first felt on the nose.
The grapes, hand-picked, were destemmed and then pressed. The must was chilled to a temperature of 8 deg C in order to assist in a natural settling of impurities. The must then went into temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks where it fermented at a maximum temperature of 15 deg C and, after the fermentattion, was held in stainless steel tanks at 10 deg C. The wine was then filtered and bottled.
M3 is at the forefront of the ongoing refinement and evolution of Australian Chardonnay.
The aim for elegance, restraint, and the capacity to age in bottle. 2013 was a fine growing season, with some warm days balanced by consistently cool nights. It was a relatively dry season, and grapes ripened a touch earlier than usual. The weather leading up to harvest was mostly dry, ensuring perfectly healthy fruit.
Stone fruit and citrus notes dominate the nose, and continue onto the palate. The palate shows restraint and subtlety, with flavours of lemon zest and grapefruit, with a biscuity note. There is also intensity and weight to the palate, held in check by a seam of crisp acid that keeps it fresh and tight.
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