McWilliam's `Riverina` Botrytis Semillon 2006 (12 x 375mL), SEA.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049

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An opulent, luscious wine with intense marzipan, apricot and mango flavours. It is rich and persistent with clean, citrus and almond flavours on the finish.

AUS - Multi-regional

Winery Tasting Notes


Deep straw with yellow gold hues.


Dried apricots and orange marmalade aromas, supported by dried shitake mushrooms, citrus and lifted marzipan. Almond and cashew nut characters are also evident with subtle crème brûlée aromas adding further complexity.


An opulent, luscious wine with intense marzipan, apricot and mango flavours. It is rich and persistent with clean, citrus and almond flavours on the finish.

Food Matching

Gorgonzola cheese, Muscatels and water biscuits; chilled peaches and mango in orange syrup, lychee ice cream.

Vintage Condition

The 2006 vintage was characterised by warm and dry conditions with the drought prevailing throughout many parts of South Eastern Australia. Little rainfall throughout the growing season reduced yields, allowing the fruit to develop excellent flavour intensity. The 2006 wines are highlighted by clean, ripe fruit with rich varietal fruit flavours.

Medals & Trophies

Trophy, Riverina Wine Region, Australian Inland Wine Show 2007

Top Gold Medal, Royal Brisbane Wine Show, Class 15 2007

Gold Medal, Australian Inland Wine Show, Class 20 2007

AUS - Multi-regional
Grape Style
Dessert Wines
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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We are a proud family of winemakers - with a history which dates back over one hundred and thirty years. Our family ties go deep and we always stand together with an unconditional dedication and commitment that's seen us through thick and thin, good times and bad.

We're proud to note that no other Australian winemaker has achieved quite the accolades we have. Year after year we produce wines of such quality, depth and flavour that we've become a fundamental part of Australia's winemaking achievement and are today known as Australia's Most Awarded Winery.

Success like ours, however, does not come overnight. Rather it takes lifetimes of dedication, perseverance, inspiration, innovation and a passion to deliver the best.

The art of winemaking is as much in our blood as the desire to bring only the very best to market. We make wine to be enjoyed by all and we are proud that the fruits of our labour are there for all to savour.

For a real perspective on how strong our heritage of quality wines is, just ask any of the consumers around the world who have enjoyed our wines since we began in 1877.

McWilliam's is sold in over 20 countries around the world, while at home, McWilliam's is Australia's number 5 table wine brand by volume.

Winemaker Jim Brayne

Jim Brayne joined McWilliam's Wines as a cellar hand in 1973 and was appointed Chief Winemaker in 1986; and Production Director and an Associate Director in 2003. He is based at McWilliam's Wines winemaking headquarters at our Hanwood Winery, near Griffith in New South Wales.

In his current position, Jim oversees the creation and style - from vineyards to final blending - of all wines produced in the McWilliam's Wines award-winning portfolio of brands.

Jim is proud of his hands on training, which he believes has been a successful combination of "apprenticeship" and "academic".

In February 2004, Jim's achievements and contribution to the Australian wine industry were recognised when he was awarded the prestigious 2004 Graham Gregory Trophy, by the NSW Department of Agriculture. He was also a finalist in the Qantas/Wine Magazine Winemaker of the Year award in 2000 and 2002.

Jim has also judged at Australian wine shows - including Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra, as well as various regional shows - since 1983. He has also been a guest judge at the New Zealand Wine Show.

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