Primo Estate `La Biondina` Colombard 2019 (12 x 750mL), Adelaide, SA.

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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La Biondina (the young blonde) is a modern Australian classic. Each season she returns, eternally young, flaunting her finesse as the world's premier Colombard.

SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

The nose has fresh passionfruit, pineapple, guava and citrus notes. The palate has mouth-watering acidity balanced with ‘fruit salad’ exuberance. Bursting with juicy passionfruit, mango and citrus flavours; La Biondina brings the taste of summer all year round.

Our ‘young blonde’ can make friends with a wide variety of dishes, especially seafood, and spicy Asian flavours. Try pairing with salt and pepper squid.

Pronunciation ’La bee-on-dee-nah’

SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
Grape Style
Other White Varietals
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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The Primo Estate story is an Australian journey with an Italian twist. The current range of Primo and JOSEPH wines and extra virgin olive oils is a reflection of this rich heritage.

James Halliday in his 'Wine Atlas of Australia' declares, the Primo Estate approach "is the sort of ingenuity, of daring, which lies outside the imagination of the Old World winemakers and which stands Australia in such good stead."

Robert Parker agrees, adding that "I enjoy Primo Estate's offerings as they are innovative, singular, flavourful, complex wines. These creatively made efforts must be admired for their individuality as much as their bold flavours and personality"

The story begins in 1953 when Primo Grilli arrived in Australia from the Le Marche region of Italy with a vision of growing grapes in this sun soaked new land. Recognising the grape growing potential of South Australia, with warm summers and cooling maritime influences similar to his homeland of Le Marche, Primo planted the family's first vineyard in 1973, just north of Adelaide around a small township called Virginia.

Primo's eldest son, Joseph, studied Oenology at South Australia's legendary Roseworthy College. Joe graduated Dux of his class in 1979 and a new winery was built in Virginia. From his very first vintage as winemaker in 1979, aged just 20, Joseph Grilli sought to create revolutionary wines.

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