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Mullineux Old Vines White 2019

£19.95 incl. VAT

1 in stock

Mullineux Old Vines White 2019 is a fragrant wine that has the characteristic floral nose with notes of orange blossom, apricots, mandarins and cardamom. The richly textured palate is balanced by a fresh, vibrant, acidity and flavours reminiscent of peach, grapefruit and hints of spice. Best served at 10 to 12 °C, this wine will show optimally when decanted in the first 3 years after bottling.

Varieties: 74% Chenin Blanc, 8% Clairette Blanche, 6% Grenache Blanc, 7% Viognier, 2% Semillon Gris, 2% Macabeo, 1% Verdelho
Bottling Date: 29th October 2019
Production: 31 200 bottles / 2 600 cases and 157 magnums
Wine of Origin: Swartland
Technical Details at Bottling:
Alcohol 14 % – RS 1.9 g/l – TA 5.7 g/l – pH 3.40
Source of Grapes:
From 9 sustainably farmed vineyard parcels in different parts of the Swartland: one parcel of 41 year-old Chenin and a parcel of 11 year old Grenache Blanc, and 5 year old Macabeo and Verdelho, on the stony Schist based soils of the Kasteelberg; two parcels of 40-65 year-old dry land bush vine Chenin, one parcel of 44 year old Clairette Blanche and a 60 year old heritage Semillon Gris vineyard grown on the decomposed Granite of the Paardeberg; and a parcel of 21 year-old Viognier on the iron-rich soils of the rolling hills west of Malmesbury

Mullineux Old Vines White 2019

£19.95 incl. VAT

1 in stock

Mullineux Old Vines White 2019 is a fragrant wine that has the characteristic floral nose with notes of orange blossom, apricots, mandarins and cardamom. The richly textured palate is balanced by a fresh, vibrant, acidity and flavours reminiscent of peach, grapefruit and hints of spice. Best served at 10 to 12 °C, this wine will show optimally when decanted in the first 3 years after bottling.

Varieties: 74% Chenin Blanc, 8% Clairette Blanche, 6% Grenache Blanc, 7% Viognier, 2% Semillon Gris, 2% Macabeo, 1% Verdelho
Bottling Date: 29th October 2019
Production: 31 200 bottles / 2 600 cases and 157 magnums
Wine of Origin: Swartland
Technical Details at Bottling:
Alcohol 14 % – RS 1.9 g/l – TA 5.7 g/l – pH 3.40
Source of Grapes:
From 9 sustainably farmed vineyard parcels in different parts of the Swartland: one parcel of 41 year-old Chenin and a parcel of 11 year old Grenache Blanc, and 5 year old Macabeo and Verdelho, on the stony Schist based soils of the Kasteelberg; two parcels of 40-65 year-old dry land bush vine Chenin, one parcel of 44 year old Clairette Blanche and a 60 year old heritage Semillon Gris vineyard grown on the decomposed Granite of the Paardeberg; and a parcel of 21 year-old Viognier on the iron-rich soils of the rolling hills west of Malmesbury

Mullineux Old Vines White 2019

£19.95 incl. VAT

1 in stock

Mullineux Old Vines White 2019 is a fragrant wine that has the characteristic floral nose with notes of orange blossom, apricots, mandarins and cardamom. The richly textured palate is balanced by a fresh, vibrant, acidity and flavours reminiscent of peach, grapefruit and hints of spice. Best served at 10 to 12 °C, this wine will show optimally when decanted in the first 3 years after bottling.

Varieties: 74% Chenin Blanc, 8% Clairette Blanche, 6% Grenache Blanc, 7% Viognier, 2% Semillon Gris, 2% Macabeo, 1% Verdelho
Bottling Date: 29th October 2019
Production: 31 200 bottles / 2 600 cases and 157 magnums
Wine of Origin: Swartland
Technical Details at Bottling:
Alcohol 14 % – RS 1.9 g/l – TA 5.7 g/l – pH 3.40
Source of Grapes:
From 9 sustainably farmed vineyard parcels in different parts of the Swartland: one parcel of 41 year-old Chenin and a parcel of 11 year old Grenache Blanc, and 5 year old Macabeo and Verdelho, on the stony Schist based soils of the Kasteelberg; two parcels of 40-65 year-old dry land bush vine Chenin, one parcel of 44 year old Clairette Blanche and a 60 year old heritage Semillon Gris vineyard grown on the decomposed Granite of the Paardeberg; and a parcel of 21 year-old Viognier on the iron-rich soils of the rolling hills west of Malmesbury

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