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River Retreat Pinot Grigio

River Retreat Pinot Grigio

River Retreat Pinot Grigio

The wetlands of the Murray Darling Region are integral to maintaining the health of the unique, yet fragile ecosystems of South Eastern Inland Australia. Trentham Estate’s ‘River Retreat’ range of wines is based on an initiative dedicated to raising awareness of these wetlands. Each purchase of the River Retreat label results in a donation to the La Trobe University Foundation, Mildura.
2018 PINOT GRIGIO

Winemaking Picking in the cool of the night and maintaining cool temperatures throughout fermentation helps to preserve and enhance the bright aromas, fresh fruit flavours and crisp refreshing acidity that makes Pinot Grigio so darned delicious.

The Wine Pale green in colour with aromas of fresh apple and pear. Flavours of apple and pear carry through on the palate, complemented by light citrus notes to bring the palate to life. With fresh fruit flavours and perfectly balanced acidity, this Pinot Grigio can be enjoyed on any occasion.

With Food Delicious with seafood and light chicken dishes.

Wine Information Varietal/s: Pinot Grigio Region: Murray Darling Alc: 12.5% VOL Acid: 5.9g/L pH: 3.38

To see our full range of Trentham Estate wines go to https://www.auswinesonline.co.uk/product-category/trentham-estate/

For more information on the River Retreat wines go to https://trenthamestate.com.au/riverretreat

Trentham Estate’s River Retreat label, now vegan friendly, will proudly continue Trentham’s dedication to corporate responsibility – whereby every bottle purchased of River Retreat wine will result in a donation towards the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group.

With many great projects currently underway in the far-west region of NSW, the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group will benefit greatly from these ongoing funds.

“We are thrilled to be able to contribute to the restoration of our precious river system and we are confident that the Murray Darling Wetlands Working Group will make a real difference within the river region.” says winemaker Anthony Murphy.

River Retreat Pinot Grigio

Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: Pinot Gris/Pinot GrigioRegion: New South Wales, Murray-DarlingVintage: 2019Grape Details: Pinot Grigio

£9.99 £8.99 a bottle

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Trentham Estate

Trentham is a small boutique winery located on the banks of the Murray River. It produces wines of outstanding value for money with great varietal fruit flavours.

New South Wales

The first winery in the region was established in the 1880s by W.B. Chaffey (Mildura Wine Co at Merbein). Today there are around nine/ten wineries in this region. This may not sound so many for a large area, but they are some of the largest wineries and their production is enormous. References such as: ‘the industrial heartland of Australian wine production’, ‘the powerhouse of the Australian wine industry’ are often used to describe this region wine production. The climate is continental; hot and dry with low rainfall making it a relatively fungus disease free region thus reducing the risk for such large-scale production. The main wine styles: Chardonnay, Semillon.

Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

“Australian Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris is another fairly recent arrival that is starting to develop a strong following worldwide. This should be no surprise, as its Alsace cousin, Riesling, has been an Aussie star for several decades.
It comes in two main styles, each equally fashionable: fresh, crisp, unwooded and simple (ideal for hot summer day drinking), and later-picked spicier, richer wine (delicately buttery) which keeps a treat in the cellar.
Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula and Great Western regions and the State of Tasmania all produce stunning examples of this now popular variety.”

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