A great wine for long summer lunches, especially with the lower alcohol content. A fantastic alternative to Sauvignon Blanc – Anthony de Jager-
Pale straw colour with aromas of citrus and minerality with a hint of floral. It has a refreshing fizz with light yet lengthy acidity and lingering salinity.
# Monty WareThe grapes were destemmed, crushed and the free-run juice was settled for two days. The clear juice was racked off and cold fermented in a stainless steel tank. On completion of fermentation, the wine was left on fine lees for 6 months and allowed to go through malolactic fermentation before filtration and bottling. A slight fizz was intentionally added to the wine at bottling (CO2 carbonation) to extra refreshment to this lighter style.
|Wine of Origin||
Pale straw colour
Aromas of citrus and minerality with a hint of floral
A refreshing fizz with light yet lengthy acidity and lingering salinity
|Food Pairing Ideas||
Quite drinkable without food, or delightful with tapas, traditional partner to seafood or Asian dishes.