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The Society's Hunter Valley Semillon 2020

White Wine from Australia - New South Wales
Lemon-and-lime driven and intensely refreshing, this is a brilliant example of one of Australia's greatest wine styles, a taste found nowhere else in the world of wine.
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Code: AU23111

Wine characteristics

  • White Wine
  • 1 - Bone dry
  • Semillon
  • 11.5% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • Now to 2026
  • 75cl
  • Screwcap

New South Wales

Australia's first vineyards were planted here in 1788. Today, the state is most famous for the Hunter Valley, where Australia's most delicate, ageworthy white wines are made. Picked early and light in alcohol, Hunter semillon is delicious for its dry, tight structure and lemony fruit which becomes toasty and soft in texture with age. In successful vintages, Hunter’s medium-bodied, earthy and ageworthy shiraz reds can also be outstanding.

Brokenwood

Beginning life in 1970 as a hobby vineyard, farmed at weekends by a trio of Sydney solicitors, the Brokenwood estate has evolved to become one of Australia’s most well thought-of wineries. Located in Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley it is now owned by a syndicate of 23, with an excellent winemaking team under the aegis of Ian Riggs, a fine winemaker and world-renowned wine show judge who joined Brokenwood in 1982.

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Liverpool Echo

The Hunter Valleyregion is home to fascinating semillon wines which age wonderfully. This youngversion is almost water-white in colour, with a zing of lemon and limefreshness which will keep you refreshed ...
The Hunter Valleyregion is home to fascinating semillon wines which age wonderfully. This youngversion is almost water-white in colour, with a zing of lemon and limefreshness which will keep you refreshed throughout your meal. It's a subtledelight.
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- Jane Clare

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