It is a light pale straw with a persistent effervescent bead.On the nose, it is deliciously clean and quite aromatic for a sparkling wine with a touch of peach along with subtle yeast nuances. On the palate it is dry, elegant with a velvety creaminess and clean fresh finish. JKW05/09 9841891 White OCO11-2
Colour:Light Pale Straw with a persistent effervescent bead
Bouquet:Deliciously clean, aromatic nose with a touch of peach and a dash of attractive yeast complex
Palate:Elegant soft fruit palate in a drier style, and finishing with a clean acid finish. The wine has an excellent persistent mousse and velvety creaminess..
Food Suggestions:Enjoy this wine as an aperitif, or at any time of the day when a few bubbles will augment the joy of life!
Cellaring Potential: Best served in its first year or so.
Variety: Chardonnay & Pinot Noir
Leconfield estate was established in 1974 by pioneering oenologist Sydney Hamilton. During the three decades that have followed, Leconfield has embraced innovation, annually producing high quality wines which are sought after all around the world. Our tradition SYN cuvee blanc has a fitting place alongside our uniquely Australian style "SYN Rouge" sparkling red.
See region detail: Australia >> South Australia >> Coonawarra
See producer detail: Richard Hamilton Wine Group
- Pinot Noir
The majority of this wine was grown in McLaren Vale and harvested early in the season to ensure delicacy and natural acidity. The pinot noir was allowed to undergo malo-lactic fermentation to enhance the creaminess of the palate and the components have been allowed to mature on primary yeast lees for 4 months to give the wine a luxuriant texture. Following natural secondary fermentation, the wine was liqueured ready for consumption.
Region: McLaren Vale/Coonawarra
Vine Age: 20-30 years
Oak Treatment:31% in 1-3 Year Old Oak
Malolactic: Pinot Noir 100%
Yeast Type: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Sugar at Picking: 10.1-12.0° Baumé
Residual Sugar: 10.7gms/litre
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