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Growers Touch Botrytis Semillon 2018 37.5cl

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Original price £14.95 - Original price £14.95
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£14.95 - £14.95
Current price £14.95
Key Info

Country: Australia

Region: Riverina

Grapes: Semillon

Brand: Growers Touch

Style: Dessert

Vintage: 2018

Size: 37.5cl

ABV: 11%

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Growers Touch Botrytis Semillon 2018

  • A  wonderfully sweet dessert white wine from south east Australia
  • Vibrant honey gold
  • Showing almond and apricot jam aromas
  • Delicious palate with intense apricot flavours complexed with toffee, caramel, balanced sweetness and acidity
  • Hint of vanilla oak on the finish
  • Great ageing potential of over 15-20 years

Chill and enjoy Growers Touch Botrytis Semillon 2018 with dried fruit, cheeses & nuts.

A Growers Touch, focuses on the production of more traditional varietals, all grown locally out of the Riverina and by farmers who we have worked with for two decades. The label offers credit to the farmers responsible for growing the grapes. It showcases local fruit & places emphasis on the importance of 'terroir'.

It is those farmers who love and nurture their fruit, that we pay homage to. Each farmer responsible for the grapes gone into making A Growers Touch, feature both on the front & back of the appropriate wine bottle, in order to share with you the faces and hands gone into making these stunning wines.

Mino & Co Pty Ltd, has been producing wines of various styles since 1997. The location of the winery is in a small village called Hanwood, just outside Griffith in New South Wales. With the area falling into the ‘Riverina’ region of NSW.

In more recent times growers, and more specifically the winery, have begun planting various Italian varietals due to demand in the Australian wine market and the areas suitable growing conditions.