1993 McWilliams Mount Pleasant Museum Release Elizabeth Semillon

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1993 McWilliams Mount Pleasant Museum Release Elizabeth Semillon

New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
$27.99 Bottle
  • Closure: Cork

Notes sourced from McWilliam’s Wines.

Mount Pleasant Elizabeth exemplifies a classic Australian wine style: Bottle-Aged Hunter Valley Semillon. Mount Pleasant Elizabeth Semillons are made to a consistently high level of quality, which is reflected in the fact that over one hundred gold medals and ten trophies have been won by Elizabeth Semillons from the last ten vintages.

Grapes were picked from mid-February to early March 1993 making it the latest Semillon harvest for decades. The growing conditions were relatively mild and cool with the exception of a very hot period in January. The grapes were crushed, drained and cold-settled prior to fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for 18-20 days. After cold stabilising the wine was held in our cool room at 10°C prior to bottling in August 1993.

Tasting Notes: Golden yellow colour. On the nose Capsicum and citrus fruit aromas combine with the developed honeysuckle and toasty characters of a bottle-aged Hunter Semillon. This elegant wine displays intense honey, toast and nutty flavours combined with spicy lime fruit characters. This wine has been allowed to mature in the bottle under ideal cellaring conditions for 8 years already, yet its freshness indicates a potential for further cellaring for years to come. Alcohol by Volume: 10 %