The first wine I think we should look at is the 2016 Giallo. This wine in the past was made from Adelaide hills Sauvignon Blanc. Not any more. To really express what we are playing with now I took some Riesling from Eden Valley and some Semilion and muscat de petit grains from Vine Vale. Fermented separately due to differing picking dates and aged in ceramic eggs for the Autumn and Winter. Now its spring they have been blended and put into bottle.
Yummy and fun with lovely aromatics and a beautiful acid tail lifted by the riesling.
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