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Keith Tulloch Epogee

Keith Tulloch Epogee

Keith Tulloch Epogee

Keith Tulloch Epogée has a charming aromatic signature – rich musk and jasmine perfumes fill the glass from the first to the last moment, with bold nectarine/golden peach juiciness at its core. The palate is all about plushness and texture, with this riot of ripe fruits combining to create strong velvet depth, and deliciously soft bees-waxy mouthfeel. The extra dominance of Marsanne and Roussanne in the blend delivers macadamia-like creaminess, and fine French oak bookmarks everything with seamless complexity. One year of bottle age is highly recommended to allow Epogée to show it’s true magic.

Drink: 2018 to 2022
Food Match: Gnocchi, pasta, or seafood

A great blend of 40% Marsanne | 38% Viognier | 22% Roussanne

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Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: Other WhitesRegion: New South Wales, HunterAlcohol: 13%Vintage: 2017Grape Details: 40% Marsanne | 38% Viognier | 22% Roussanne

£19.00 a bottle

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Keith Tulloch

“Keith Tulloch is a fourth generation Hunter Valley Winemaker, so the soils of Pokolbin and the wines of the Hunter Valley run deep in his blood. Keith is a qualified Winemaker, a Wine Judge, and Wine Consultant.
Keith Tulloch Wines are hand-made with meticulous care, and epitomise the best qualities of boutique Hunter Valley wine.
Semillon, Chardonnay & our flagship Kester Shiraz show the classic hallmarks of terroir and style. Our Botrytis Semillon is harvested from naturally occurring Botrytis, and is made with exacting winemaking techniques.”

New South Wales

The Hunter Region is the premium wine region of New South Wales and one of Australia’s most well-known, and historically important wine regions. Distinctive styles of Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz are the hallmark of this region. James Busby the man credited with bringing the vine to Australia was associated with the Hunter Valley through his brother-in-law William Kelman. Kelman is thought to be the first to plant vines in the Hunter. George Wyndham planted grapes in 1832. Penfolds bought the property in 1904 naming it Wyndham Estate. Dr Henry Lindeman purchased land around Raymond Terrace in the 1830s. So too did James King whose legacy passed onto Maurice O’Shea who came to the forefront of Hunter Valley winemaking in the 1920s. The area fell into depression for many years, but gradually made a comeback in the early 1960s. Today the region is booming. The climate is regarded as warm to hot. The main wine styles: White – Semillon (regarded as one Australia’s greatest and unique wines, with great aging potential), Chardonnay; Red – Shiraz.

Other Whites

White grape varieties and blend styles other than the ones mentioned.

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