Produced with an Alsace “Gris” style very much in mind, rather than the leaner, northern Italian “Grigio,” the intention is to provide a wine with powerful aromatics, good fruit weight and an exotic spiciness.
- TAS - Tasmania
Winery Tasting Notes
Very pale colour (just after bottling) with the faintest “onion skin” tint.
Attractively aromatic displaying musk, rose and pear, while the palate is soft and already quite full and long.
Oven roasted blue-eye cod with olive tapenade, pork cassoulet.
Wine Making Note
SOUTH is about producing fresh, aromatic wines to complement modern food styles, using the finesse of northern Tasmanian fruit. The combination of a truly cool climate and summer rainfall, features which we share with northern France and New Zealand, make Tasmania particularly well suited to the production of these early-drinking wine styles.