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From old vine Barossa to the expertise of Hunter Valley, semillon is a gem of Australian wine history that continues to dazzle year after year. The key to understanding the Bordelais white is knowing just how age-worthy it is. Although delicious as a young wine, the high-acid variety is built to last and shines with a little or a lot of age. This pack offers a few aged examples along with some semillon babies.

This pack includes TWO bottle of the following:

White
Semillon
Hunter Valley

Brokenwood Soil Selection Semillon 2018
Herbaceous
Lemon Zest
Minerally
Medium-bodied
Fresh
Elegant
5 red star Halliday rated winery
Mofo fave

2018 turned out to be a blissfully stress-free vintage for Brokenwood and the rest of the Hunter Valley. Great weather made for some really great grapes. No oak here, no malolactic, no messing around. Hand-picked fruit was steel-tank fermented to preserve every single atom of flavour and complexity. It’s all frisky citrus, super soft dill-like aromatics and a gently chalky savoury finish right now. But this is a wine built for time, and the cellar will be nothing but kind to it. Big name Hunter semillon like this will yield all sorts of magic a few years down the track.

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White
Semillon
Barossa Valley

Rosevale Reserve Semillon 2013
Citrus
Hay
Toast
Medium-bodied
Bright
Deep
Single Vineyard

The older of the two Rosenvale wines in this pack, it comes from seriously old vines, planted in the 1940s. Along with the mellowing you'd expect from a 7-year-old wine, this semillon has also seen some oak, so don't expect a shy wine. With the power and richness that this wine is sure to have, we recommend paring with a dish equally as rich, along the lines of roast pork or chicken, with a buttery sauce.

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White
Semillon
Barossa Valley

Rosevale Reserve Semillon 2016
Citrus
Minerally
Hay
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Single Vineyard
Small Producer

The 2016 is also from seriously old vines, planted in the 1940s. Rosenvale call semillon "Barossa’s white princess", which shows their admiration for the noble white. Expect a much fresher wine that the 2013, but still the palate weight of French oak barrels and extended lees contact.

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White
Semillon
Hunter Valley

Will Taylor Semillon 2003
Lanolin
Lemon
Citrus
Medium-bodied
Mellow
Delicate
James Halliday
Single Vineyard
Aged Release

2003, now we are talking! I'm going to hand the microphone over to James Halliday who reviewed the wine in 2010: "Quite a staggeringly toasty bouquet, with straw and ripe lemons the centrepiece; there is plenty of richness, and strong toasty flavours that really continue on for a very long time; not a style for everyone, but for those who like aged complexity combined with freshness, this may be for you."

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White
Semillon
Hunter Valley

Margan Aged Release White Label Semillon 2017
Lemon Zest
Lime
Grapefruit
Light-bodied
Crisp
Intense
James Halliday
Five Star James Halliday Rated Winery
Halliday Special Value Award

Hunter Valley is Australia’s home of semillon and Margan is amongst the finest producers in the region. We all know that semillon starts off crisp and herbaceous, slowly transforming into something honeyed and nutty as it ages. This one sits right in the middle...call it a young adult if you will. It still has all the citrus, freshness and vibrancy of youth, but there are hints of honeysuckle and almond just starting to push through. Drink it now or lay it down for a long long while. It just depends on how you like your semillon.

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White
Semillon
Hunter Valley

Hungerford Hill Fish Cage Semillon 2019
Lemon
Lime
Minerally
Medium-bodied
Crisp
Deep

Semillon’s often known for being a spiky and somewhat hard to approach youth, offering searing acidity and not a huge amount else until it reaches a ripe old age. Not so here, thanks to the skilled team at Hungerford Hill. This bright number has all the freshness you’d expect, but a surprisingly generous array of lemons, grapefruits, and herbaceous vibes, followed by a softly chalky finish. A tickle of salinity makes this beyond perfect with seafood, like you needed another reason. This probably won’t age quite as magically as some of its more austere mates, but that’d be missing the point anyway!

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