Margaret River Outré Semillon 2019
$15.00eachCustom Label Designer
About the Wine:
This awesome Margaret River Semillon 2019 displays wonderful lifted aromas of white peach and jasmine flowers with complex layers of dry zesty lime.
Comments from Wine Buyer Steve:
This is a stunning 2019 Margaret River Semillon with up-front flavours of peach and a nice crisp finish with heaps of lime notes. This is exceptional value at $15.00 per bottle as the winery sells it under brand at $35.00 per bottle.
My score 94/100 – WACC Gold Medal
About The Producer:
This magnificent Margaret River Semillon 2019 comes from a winery rated a perfect 5 Stars by James Halliday. The parcel of fruit from this wine comes from a significant planting of 37 hectares located in the northern heartland of the Margaret River wine region. The vines in this vineyard are mature being established in 1998.Dynamic viticultural practices have been in place since 2013 in this vineyard where no herbicide are used and low chemical inputs where possible. The winery has also implemented a sustainable composting program. Varieties planted are all on original rootstock with the key French varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc providing the finest fruit for their Single Vineyard and Reserve range of wines.
About the region?
Margaret River is the major geographical indication wine region in southwest Western Australia, with 5,017 hectares under vine and 215 wineries as at 2012.Margaret River wine region is made up predominately of boutique size wine producers; although winery operations range from the smallest crushing 3.5 tonne per year to the largest around 7000 tonne.
The climate of Margaret River is more strongly maritime-influenced than any other major Australian region. It has the lowest mean annual temperature range, of only 7.6C, and for good measure has the most marked Mediterranean climate in terms of rainfall, with only 200 millimeters of the annual 1160 millimeters falling between October and April. The low diurnal and seasonal temperature range means an unusually even accumulation of warmth. Overall the climate is similar to that of Bordeaux in a dry vintage.
Although the region produces just three percent of total Australian grape production, it produces over 20 percent of Australia’s premium wine market. The principal grape varieties are fairly evenly split between red and white; Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Banc, Sémillon, Shiraz, Merlot, Chenin blanc and Verdelho.