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McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate 1913 Series Vermentino

The Hanwood Estate 1913 Series of wines is a celebration of the year the McWilliam family became pioneers of the Riverina wine region.

Vermentino is an aromatic white wine variety whose native habitat is the Italian region of Liguria and the Mediterranean islands of Sardinia and Corsica where it is also known as Malviose of Corsica. It is also becoming increasingly popular under the name of Rollé in Provence and in the Languedoc-Roussillon Wine Region in Southern France.

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ALC/VOL : 12  %
COLOUR : Pale straw with a green hue
WINEMAKER : Andrew Higgins

FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTION : Pan-fried salt and pepper squid

PEAK DRINKING : Best drinking now through 2018

REGION

Riverina, NSW

AROMA

A floral and lemon myrtle nose with subtle notes of spice and garden herbs.

PALATE

A soft, creamy and medium bodied wine with fresh citrus and guava tropical fruits and a nuanced spicy mid-palate from partial barrel fermentation. The finish is refreshing and long from the natural acidity of the variety.