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Australian Wine Centre

Yangarra Estate Vineyard Blanc 2020

  • Nick Bulleid MW

    This wine combines five varieties from the southern Rhône, a couple familiar, the others less so, and it works well. Matthews thought, “The nose so pure, with pretty peach blossom and river pebbles, which is completely juxtaposed to the palate. This has riper nectarine skin notes, granitic undertones, almond meal with symphonic alcohol, acid and body.” The ensemble has purity and freshness, yielding a gentle balance and light texture. Beautifully done.
    Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE, Feb/Mar 2021

  • Gold Medal Class 8: White Rhone Dominant Blends, 95 Points
    Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show 2020

  • Best Buy Wines | $35 & Under

    The humble nomenclature conceals a complex and fascinating dry white wine, blended from grenache blanc, clairette, roussanne, picpoul and bourboulenc. It was fermented and matured in 675l ceramic eggs and seasoned French barriques. The light straw colour leads into a bouquet of talcum powder, dried flowers, pot-pourri and straw-hay, with a suggestion of honey. Refined and delicate but intense, very dry and long, with purity and charm. Drink now to five years.
    Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE, Dec/Jan 2021

  • Angus Hughson93 Points

    First things first – I bloody love this wine with its vibrant, vivacious personality. Spring literally bursts from the glass thanks to what can only be described as an eclectic blend of grape varieties, and it is made without any sulphur (preservative) additions. Grenache blanc (60%), roussanne (17%), clairette (10%), picpoul (8%) and bourboulenc (3%), are blended together to give this wine some serious personality. However, white grenache (yes white grenache is a thing) is the star with its exotic tropical, floral and nutty scents plus some textural richness. There is also apricot and apple fruit thrown in too, adding to the wine’s appeal. It is then dry with lowish acidity that sits perfectly adding to an overall, easy-drinking style, as does a lingering finish. Seriously grab a case for Summer, although you will probably need two.

    The Wine Pilot, 1 October, 2020

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