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Friday 27 September 2013

Chapel Hill Il Vescovo White 2012

Take 3 grape varieties that originally hail from three different countries spanning across Southern Europe, add them to McLaren Vale, bring in a drop of Chapel Hill know-how and you get one fresh, fruity and floral little beauty that I'm sure you could quite happily do some damage to on a hot Summer's day.

Verdelho, Savagnin and Roussanne are the components here. Those florals waft out, augmented with tropical notes and a honeyed edge, and seemingly invite the nasal passage to somewhere else, somewhere likely overlooking the sea.

Peach notes, hints of lemon, wax - really good textural feel. Nutty hint present too, those textural nuances aid and abet the enjoyment factor. Finish is a little 'washy', but still good texture to see you home. 89

Tasted on: Monday 23rd September, a Fruit Day 
Source: Sample
Price: $20
Alcohol: 13%
Closure: Screwcap

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