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Airstrip Marsanne Rousanne Viognier 2011
Goulburn
Available by the dozen
Half Marsanne, the balance of Rousanne and Viognier, sourced exclusively from the Mitchelton estate vineyard. Airstrip is a lively but tight blend of vigorous white fruit. Modest crop levels ranging from 2 to 3½ tonnes per acre give this wine its core intensity. Each individual block is managed and vinified separately to allow the different qualities of each variety, shaped by the unique vineyard site and soil profiles, to shine through. The individual parcels of fruit are moulded together during blending to produce the unique Airstrip style.
$2499each
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Mitchelton's vines are rigorously husbanded, careful monitoring of fruit ripening ensures harvesting occurs at the time of the fruit's optimum maturity. The crushed juices are cold settled, racked and warmed before inoculation with choice yeasts. Some of the lime green yoghurty textured juice lees is retained when racking the juice, adding complexity to the final Airstrip blend. Marsanne and Roussanne are barrel fermented for nine months in 20% new French oak, the Viognier is barrel fermented in four years old French oak barrels to retain purity of fruit expression. All oak fermented wines are individually selected, barrel by barrel, to ensure the harmony of oak and texture in the final assemblage. Alcohol 13.0%
 
Pale straw with vivid green hues. Inviting aromas of peach and apricot blossom, hints of savoury pistachio meld with spicy oak high notes.  The palate is a showcase of delicacy, ripe apricots, white peaches and crisp apple to the fore. Secondary layers of cumquat combine with a complex spiciness on the well rounded, medium body palate.
dArenberg Hermit Crab Marsanne Viognier
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
The close proximity of d'Arenberg's vineyards to Gulf St. Vincent means the grapes can be stimulated by gently cooling maritime breezes. Much of McLaren Vale is planted to free draining soils underlaid by limestone, formed by the calcareous remains of local marine fauna. One such creature was the Hermit Crab, a reclusive little crustacean that to this day inhabits the cast off shells of others. McLaren Vale's first ever Marsanne Viognier is named Hermit as a reference to the region in France where the Marsanne grape dominates white wines.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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At vintage time, Chester Osborn chooses when to pick the fruit by walking the vineyard rows and tasting grapes. Parcels of Viognier and Marsanne are crushed and settled before being treated to a gentle basket pressing which ensures the soft extraction of delicate but defined fruit characters of each grape. The Viognier and Marsanne components receive a similar vinification but are handled separately until the final stages. Fermentations are long and moderately cool to retain fresh fruit flavour. A small percentage of the Viognier is fermented in aged French and American oak barrels to add mouth feel and support the Viognier tannins. Components are assembled after a few months maturation.
 
Brilliant hue with light tints. Wonderfully aromatic, heavenly lift of candied ginger and crunchy, sweet white nectarine, complex Marsanne notes of green papaya and pistachio. Stone fruits hold sway over the sumptuous attack and mid palate, nuttiness of Marsanne and a delicate hint of sea spray. The complete package of stone fruits and spice before a long savoury finish make Hermit Crab the perfect dinner party starter.
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dArenberg Stump Jump White 2016
McLaren Vale
The hallmark of this wine, is that it's a great value drink, anywhere and at anytime with most anyone. Every Stump Jump takes the drinker on a journey of engaging varietal fruit experiences. The dimension of flavour and textural richness brought about by a complex cépage of Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc, Marsanne and Rousanne, are heightened by a level of dryness and splendid integration. The palate is very fresh and tight, restrained fruit intensity and ripeness balanced with lovely crunchy acidity keeps the finish in check.
$1199each
$143DOZEN
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The stump jump plough worked so well in McLaren Vale that it was adopted worldwide in the late 19th century because of its ability to ride over stumps and gnarled roots. A mix of varietals which have proved themselves to be a popular blend right from the very first release. Fruit is picked at different levels of ripeness from a network of fine vineyards. Grapes are gently crushed and pressed into controlled fermenters for inoculation, some parcels are treated to partial vinification on skins. Upon completion, batches are taken to the tasting bench, more of a table really, where the team determine the final blend, bottled without any oak maturation to retain vital expressions of fresh grapes off the vine. Alcohol 11.7%
 
Light citrus green hue. Riesling contributes finesse, Sauvignon Blanc brings aromatics, Marsanne and Roussanne bring complexity, nuttiness and palate palate. An exotic mix of stonefruits and citrus, passionfruit, guava and tinned pineapple, a long savoury, nutty finish. The mouthfeel is rich and luscious without being overly oily, kept in check by a fine line of mineral acidity.
Guigal Cotes du Rhone Blanc
Cotes-du-Rhone
Available by the dozen
$2399each
$287DOZEN
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Guigal St Joseph Blanc
Cotes-du-Rhone
Available in cartons of six
$4799each
$575DOZEN
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Guigal St Joseph Lieu Dit Joseph Blanc
Cotes-du-Rhone
Available in cartons of six
$7999each
$959DOZEN
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John Duval Plexus MRV 2017
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Behind every great winemaker is a great winemaker's wife. Robert recounts how he finally gave in to Mrs Duval's pleas and created his first white wine. An artisan may spend decades refining his skills but a woman's intuition rules. Duval's Rhone styled cepage of Marsanne, Rousanne and Viognier has been a runaway success. Duval's aim with Plexus MRV is to promote a vibrant expression of fruit aromas from the interaction of the three varieties, to build structure and texture on the palate, rather than the blend's familiar acid crispness.
$2599each
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Two thirds of Plexus MRV is Marsanne grown to splendid vineyards in Marananga and Seppeltfield. A quarter of Roussanne is sourced from Kalimna and the balance of Viognier from Eden Valley. Gentle pressings of the fruit are combined with free run juices and cold settled. Vinification is initiated in fermenters, portions of Marsanne and Viognier complete their course in barrel where they remain until August. The remaining batches of Marsanne and Roussanne are aged on lees to enhance structure and infuse textures into the completed wine. A total of half the components are matured in a selection of mostly seasoned, fine grain French oak barrels for six months.
 
Attractive pale straw with lime hues. Fresh lifted aromas of stone fruit, honey suckle and citrus. Medium bodied with superb texture and mouthfeel. Flavours of mandarin and pear, fennel and Asian spice. Finishes on a note of citrus with minimal acidity. Drinking beautifully on release with the certainty of waxing wonderful complexity, toasted honey varietal characters as it continues to evolve.
Tahbilk 1927 Vines Marsanne 2011
Nagambie
Available by the dozen
From one of the oldest productive blocks of Marsanne in the world, an opulent white wine of remarkable complexity. The pick of fruit from this very special patch of ancient vines is crafted into a wine that's built to age beautifully in bottle, initially brooding and water white, evolving luxurious caramelled characters while unravelling layers of flavour. Within a few short years of inaugural release, 1927 Vines Marsanne continues to claim a breathtaking number of significant trophies, dozens of gold medals and countless accolades from the industry press.
$3699each
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Mid straw hues. Evolved citrus nose, ginger snap and dried pineapple, honeysuckle and fragrant mineral notes. A rich yet surprisingly fresh, butter lozenge palate, piquant with aromatic lime and textural with the creamy acidity of lemon pulp. Gripping and refreshingly dry, showing exceptional length on the chalky, fruit filled finish.
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Tahbilk Marsanne 2017
Nagambie
Tahbilk's history with Marsanne can be traced back to the 1860s when White Hermitage cuttings were sourced from St Hubert Vineyard. The grapes in fact were Marsanne and although none of these plantings have survived, Tahbilk still produces Marsanne from ancient stock dating back to 1927, some of the oldest in the world. Marsanne has immense individuality of flavour, good body and well worth trying if you want something different. A long and distinguished succession of Tahbilk Marsanne vintages have claimed multi trophy and copious gold.
$1299each
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Having barely scraped through the ravages of phyloxera and trying times for the industry, the fortunes of Tahbilk were turned around by Eric Purbrick who was the first to market bottled Australian wine under its varietal name. One of the world's rarest grape varietals with its origins in the Rhone and Hermitage regions of France, Marsanne is grown in only three other countries. Tahbilk can boast the largest, single holding of Marsanne in the world. Tahbilk Marsanne enjoys a dedicated worldwide following due to its integrity and charm, complexity and capacity to team wonderfully with foods at all stages of the wine's development.
 
Rich straw colour. This unique and unwooded style exhibits intense aromas of lemon, orange blossom and stone fruits. A similarly, intensely flavoured palate with wonderful mineral edge and crisp refreshing acidity on the finish that's on offer right here and now. Those with a cellar will be rewarded by the rich and complex toast and marmalade, honeyed/ honeysuckle character that come with bottle aged Marsanne.
Tahbilk Museum Release Marsanne 2011
Nagambie
Available by the dozen
Many of the earliest pioneers to plant vines in the thirsty colonies of young Australia, favoured the characterful styles which were native to the south of France. Tahbilk was originally established with cuttings of the more charismatic varietals from Valley Rhone, bequeathing a legacy of the nation's most venerable Marsanne. Museum Release affords enthusiasts of classically evolved white wine, the opportunity to engage with the sumptuous applecake, nuttyness and flor of an estate matured Marsanne.
$2299each
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Deep straw, light tawny hues. Honeyed nose, toastyness and braised fruits, summer straw and festive mince pie. Complex palate, layered with developed, multi citrus characters, peach danish and toasty tropical fruits, all kept vital by crisp apple acidity. Will accompany delicately cooked pork dishes or dover sole inspired recipes.
Tahbilk Roussanne Marsanne Viognier 2016
Nagambie
Available by the dozen
There's something very old world about the imposing wineworks and ancient cellars of Tahbilk. It should be no surprise that the indigenous Rhone Valley white varietals, planted by Tahbilk's founders, have performed so well within the temperate climes of Goulburn and Nagambie. An exciting cépage of Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier, in true Côtes du Rhône styling, seamlessly assembled into a beautiful drink of charming perfumes and dulcet flavours.
$2299each
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Pale straw hues. Fragrant bouquet of lively almond, apricot and honeysuckle characters, lined with calico and seasoned with sprinkle of baking spice. Medium bodied, textural palate of wonderfully fresh cut orchard and stonefruit flavours, bound together by a crisp acid line and crystal minerality, before a delightfully clean, gorgeous finish.
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Terra Felix Marsanne Roussanne 2005
Goulburn
Mostly a Marsanne Cuvee with a smaller proportion of Roussanne, the only white varietals allowed in France's northern Rhône appellations. Traditionally mated together, they produce a flavoursome white for those who like to experience a challenging and robust palate, preferably to the accompaniement of fine food.
$1699each
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Terra Felix is an assemblage of components grown to typically rich, red duplex central Victorian soils. High solid ferments and yeast lees contract to highlight textural qualities. It's the whites from Terra Felix that have really impressed the cognescenti, particularly those made from the Rhone varietals Marsanne and Rousanne. The team take the classic Rhône varietals and apply their personal expression to create a whole new way of thinking about the wines. The sole objective is to make wines that capture the natural flavours of the grapes from the Lucky Country. A component of Terra Felix is treated to malolactic fermentation and is matured in acombination of new and prior use oaks. Approx 13.6%
 
Colour is a straw yellow colour. Enhanced by wild yeast and lees contact, the Marsanne component exudes strong and pleasant characters of nuts with honey. Roussanne delivers wondrous citrus fragarances and blossom-like perfumes. A small portion of reserve wine has been added to give the wine a rich, complex palate and and fine, lasting finish.
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