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Esk Valley Verdelho 2012

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£11.88

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Esk Valley has been New Zealands pioneer of this traditional Portuguese variety, producing a dry style Verdelho from their Hawkes Bay vineyards. Part is oak fermented to add complexity. Esk Valley Verdelho is a full bodied and modern dry style of wine, rich but with a fresh zingy acidity. Aromas and flavours of peach, musk and orange citrus predominate on the nose with a grapefruit like acidity providing an excellent length. Enjoy this verdelho chilled with any kind of seafood and Asian inspired meals.
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Esk Valley Verdelho is made from the traditional and famous variety from the Portugese Island of Madeira where for many centuries it has been used in the production of fortified wine. Esk Valley has been New Zealand's pioneer of this variety, producing a dry style Verdelho from their Hawkes Bay vineyards since 2002. The fruit was hand-picked and whole cluster pressed, then fermented in both tank and aged French oak barriques. The wine in barriques was left on lees till blending and bottling, while the portions in tank were cool fermented to capture the pure vineyard derived aromatics and flavours. Esk Valley Verdelho is a full bodied and dry style wine, rich but with a fresh acidity. Aromas and flavours of peach, musk and orange citrus predominate with a grapefruit like acidity providing length. Enjoy chilled with seafood and Asian inspired dishes.

Additional Information

Vegetarian No
Vegan No
Low in Sulphites N/A
Country New Zealand
Awards No
Region Hawkes Bay
Sub Region No
Grape variety Verdelho
ABV 14%
Wine Style Medium-bodied White
Taste Dry
Food Match No

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