Tournon Mathilda Viognier Marsanne

Pyrenees, Victoria

Tasting Notes

Apricot, pear, spices, quince, honey, floral

A pale gold color with a fruity nose showing a nice freshness and aromas of peaches and apricots. Supple and ample attack, the palate shows a beautiful minerality that balances perfectly with the fruity aromas.

A perfect accompaniment to grilled sea bass.

Grapes are destemmed and the gently press, cold sedimentation for 48 hours. Alcoholic fermentationin stainless steel tank.

The wine is entirely aged in stainless-steel tank on lees for 5 months.

Viognier unoaked, Marsanne oak aged (100% old oak). Bright and fresh blend of central Victorian fruit sourced from long-term growing partners. Wild yeast fermented in stainless-steel with the Marsanne being aged in old French oak barrels. The vintage was cool and allowed the grapes to hold good acidity while ripening.

Vineyards planted in Podzolic layer coming from red ferruginous clays on shales.

Grapes: 62% Viognier, 38% Marsanne
Alcohol by Volume: 13%
pH: 3.34
Total Acidity: 5.56 g/L
Vegan Friendly

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