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Rymill Yearling Sauvignon Blanc CONFIRM VINTAGE

Sauvignon Blanc Coonawarra South Australia
Fresh from the Rymill stable, fashioned exclusively from estate grown fruit, the Yearling is a vibrant Coonawarra that's absolutely perfect to enjoy right now. An alluring perfume and zesty palate showing exciting herbaceousness, fine citrus and tropical fruit flavours, reinforcing the reputation of Sauvignon Blanc as Coonawarra's essential varietal white wine. Crisp and appealing, a sassy Sauvignon Blanc, enjoy chilled, alongside anything fresh from the garden or the sea.
Available by the dozen
Case of 12
$191.00
The vision of Coonawarra founder and Rymill patriarch John Riddoch is realized with each new generation as the Riddoch Rymill family tradition continues. As stewards of some of the nation's most precious soils, an important aspect of the sustainable viticulture practises is the elimination of all synthetic and chemical insecticides. Sustainable vineyard management is generally a medium between organic and conventional viticulture, which ensures fertile soil, healthy vines and well balanced, flavoursome grapes. Fruit grown to Rymill's terra rosa soils are bottled imediately after vinification to capture the crisp expression of Coonawarra Sauvignon Blanc.
Pale straw colour. Appealing zingy lime and tropical passionfruit aroma, enhanced by subtle hints of fresh herb, lemongrass and dill. Fresh, crisp flavours of fennel, musk, sweet spice. Guava and pink grapefruit characters, a generous mouth feel that is cut through by a limey acid which continues to linger. Balance, texture and complexity make good the promise of an alluring bouquets.
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