2016 Terre a’ Terre Crayeres Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

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2016 Terre a’ Terre Crayeres Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

Wrattonbully, South Austalia, AUSTRALIA
$29.99 Bottle
Minimum 12 bottles
  • Cellar Drink Now - 2 years (2018-2020)
  • ABV 13.9%
  • Closure: Stelvin

Fermented and aged in 600 litre French oak demi muids for 9 months on full lees. Bright pale straw colour with straw green edges and a watery hue. Aromas of tropical fruits combine with brown pear and quince followed by subtle citrusy grass like characters and spice. Ripe and textured with a rounded mouthfeel the palate features generous tropical fruit and ripe pear flavours which are shaded by traces of green apple and lime with some minerality also evident on the dry finish. Vibrant fresh acidity with an aftertaste of ripe pears, tropical fruits, subtle lime and citrusy mineral characters.
Drink over the next 1-2 years.
Alc. 13.9%

Other Reviews….
It’s from a close-planted vineyard at Wrattonbully and it goes into 600 litre oak, 25% new. This is the Crayères Vineyard release, as opposed to the Down To Earth and Crayères Vineyard Reserve releases.
It’s soft and slinky, no doubt oak aided, with a tonne of fruit flavour to go with it. This is a wine to make violets shrink. It’s viscous, loaded with cedar and honey-like flavours, minty, and bursting with tropical fruit. Acidity, barley- and lemongrass-infused, slashes through the finish but it draws the fruit (and oak) with it. Everything pulls together here. The oak is obvious, certainly, but it’s an excellent example of its style. Drink 2017-2020.
92 points
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front