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Skillogalee Gewurztraminer

Skillogalee Gewurztraminer

Skillogalee Gewurztraminer is  crafted in the classic style – textural, aromatic and spicy with a crisp finish. The 2015 growing season was relatively warm and dry but late on we experience the onset of cool autumn nights allowing the fruit develop full flavoured and pristine fruit with good natural acid.
The Gewurztraminer vines at Skillogalee are grown using minimal intervention and sustainable farming practices to minimise the impact on our environment. The wine was made on-site at the Skillogalee winery.
The wine is pale straw yellow in appearance with green tinges. Exotic aromatics of orange blossom and quince with ginger spice and orange zest follow through onto the palate which is slippery and round with fruit sweetness, balanced by refreshing, juicy acidity and a lingering, dry finish.
A fantastic food matching wine, spanning most genres: –  top of the list should be lightly-spiced, contemporary Asian food, 

Skillogalee Gewurztraminer is also good with fresh summertime salads and flavoursome white meat dishes.

To see our full range of Skillogalee products go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/skillogalee/

To find out more about the producer go to https://www.skillogalee.com.au/

 

Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: AustralianRegion: South Australia, Clare ValleyAlcohol: 13%Vintage: 2015Grape Details: GewurztraminerFood: The perfect accompaniment to spicy Eastern dishes where its ripe fruit and textured mouthfeel are a great foil to strong spices.SKU: SKILL02

£16.99 a bottle

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Skillogalee

Skillogalee is a 150 acre property found within the Clare Valley wine region. The property and business were purchased by Dave and Diana Palmer in 1989, however grapes were first grown on the property, in the early 1970’s, on vineyards that are generally quite steep with eastern facing slopes. All the fruit for the wines from Skillogalee is produced from their own vineyards. Within Clare Skillogalee occupies the western extreme of the Sevenhill sub-region. The Skillogalee Valley represents a separate viticultural area, distinct from the main valley and the Polish Hill Valley further west. It is separated from the main valley by a distinct north-south ridge. Rainfall tends to be a little higher than other parts of the Valley.

South Australia

Vineyards were first established in the mid 1800s. Some of the early winery names, Wendouree, Knappstein and Quelltaler are still in the region. Nowadays there is a mix of very large companies and a significant number of boutique wineries. The climate is regarded as warm, but there are variations due to altitude. The main wine styles: White – Riesling, Semillon, Chardonnay; Red – Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon.

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