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.

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

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

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