Grace is named after the daughter of the previous General Manager at T’Gallant. Harvested from five vineyards located on the peninsula's coastal plain, all with shallow pale clay or sand soils. These parcels are blended with the wine made from T’Gallant’s "Car Park" block. This parcel of wine is like pure pear juice. Australia’s benchmark Pinot Grigio — fresh, flinty, oyster shell, delicate gooseberry... lovely length with a dollop of pear.
- VIC - Mornington Peninsula
Winery Tasting Notes
Soft and pale straw in the glass.
There are lovely mineral aromas with richer honeysuckle elements creeping in.
The palate is true to the Grigio style, with pear fruit and Fuji apple sitting alongside citrus rind zestiness that trails on the finish.
A delight to partner with Asian inspired dishes, such as Vietnamese cold rolls or sushi rolls.