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1 - 12 of 91 Semillon
Alkoomi Wandoo Semillon
Frankland River
Available in cartons of six
$3499each
$417DOZEN
EACH
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Alkoomi White Label Semillon Sauvignon
Frankland River
Available by the dozen
A timely and topical accord of Frankland River fruit, sourced from the oldest blocks on Alkoomi Estate vineyards. Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc are so well suited to this part of the world, that they brought narcissism to new levels after partnering off as the classically dry white. Components are fermented and aged on sedimentery yeast lees, achieving a style that's interwoven with savoury, creamy textural notes supported by fine, cool climate acidity.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
The cool climate and gravelly loam soils of Frankland River are well suited to the production of intense white wines. Alkoomi Vineyard is located just eighty kilometers inland from the Southern Ocean, where vines are nourished by good winter rains and stimulated by dry ripening months. Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc are harvested in the early hours of morning, preserving the delicate varietal flavours. Fruit is transferred to fermenters and vinified on gross lees for added texture and complexity, followed by a course of maceration to build textural richness and early bottling to capture and retain freshness.
 
Pale straw with light green hues. Lifted bouquet of sugar snap peas and freshly cut grass over a sweet core of vanilla. Elegant and fine, displays rich guava and passionfruit flavours associated with Sauvignon Blanc, supported by lingering lemon curd, bright acidity and a creamy textural mouthfeel from the barrel ferment Semillon.
Bethany Semillon
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Barossa makes magic Semillon. The Schrapel family had the foresight to sow Semillon vines long ago, the quality of fruit that grows from these old plantings is now outstanding. Eighteen days of ferment are followed by a course of lees stirring battonage and partial exposure to oak for added splendour. Grapefruit, apples and pears to the bouquet, the palate flows with delicate flavours, gooseberries, lemon and lime. Like all Semillon, Bethany affords the opportunity to experience a growing complexity of remarkable richness as the wine continues to evolve.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Bimbadgen Estate Botrytis Semillon 375ml
Riverina
Available by the dozen
Botrytis affected Semillon makes much of the world's great and most flavourful wines. Bimbadgen have taken the time to find the ideal site in Australia with a rare confluence of sunshine and soil, optimal rainfalls and balmy clime, that unique alchemy of environmental conditions necessary for the rampant growth of the fungus Botrytis Cinerea. Out of the finest vintages, a wonderful dessert wine is made from the fruit, complex and earthy with subtle charry, nutty oak balanced by citrus peel and straw, candied fruit and a touch of nettle on the finish.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Semillon is harvested from Myall Road vineyard near Griffith, closely cropped to deliver no more than moderate yields. The site was established with cutting edge laser levelling techniques and trellising design, tailor made for premium dessert wines. Following the crush and an overnight cold soak on skins, the unclarified Semillon juices are inoculated through the action of wild and cultured yeasts for a long, slow vinification. Ferments are treated to a variety of temperature fluctuations and exposure to oak. Some components are rack and returned into quality new French oak for ferments, others are filled to barrel for a term of maturation. Two thirds of the wine remains in contact with yeast lees until bottling.
 
Luminous, vibrant pale gold colour. Aromatic and clean, with citrus fruit and fresh hay, dried apricot and lemon spice, marmalade and creme brulee. Medium bodied, luscious palate with creamy apricot kernel and marmalade flavours. Rich fruit sweetness is well balanced by zingy fruit acids. Bimbadgen should be enjoyed now but it offers wonderful ageing potential over several years.
Breathing Space Margaret River Rose
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
The Breathing Space team have made the most out of the vivaciousness and vitality which define Margaret River fruit. Verdelho and Shiraz, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, the region yields the finest harvests in the new world, Breathing Space have assembled a choice parcel of each, to be fashioned into a satiating pink wine of unadultarated savouryness, fleshyness and style. The Verdelho component is treated to a rich course of barrel ferments in French oak puncheons, achieving a delightfully seductive, tittilatingly perfumed, Turkish delight and rose petal bouquet.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
EACH
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Brokenwood ILR Reserve Semillon
Hunter
Available in cartons of six
What makes a great vintage for Hunter Valley Semillon? Most would say one without flooding rain, ravaging fires or devastating drought. While this is certainly important, balance in the wine reigns supreme. Mid January always brings with it a slight nervousness, having been battered vintage after vintage with drought and pouring rain, is it any wonder that black cats are avoided and ladders given a wide berth? The magic of Hunter Semillon on display, texture and weight from a wine that sees no oak, only ever released in the finest years, ILR Reserve is a beauty.
$5999each
$719DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Brokenwood's first vintage was a labour of love for the partners, friends and families conscripted to help. Grapes were carried to the winery in the back seat of Len Evans Bentley. Since then, the estate has learned to live with drought and adversity, and to nourish it's precious vines on a wing and a prayer. In 1982, Brokenwood extended its operations to include the jewel of the Hunter Valley and planted it's vineyards to Semillon. Harvesting is all done by hand, grapes are crushed, chilled and immediately pressed. Neutral yeasts are applied and the juices are inoculated for vinification in fermenters, unwooded and unoaked without any malolactic.
 
Yellow green hues. Lifted almond bread and florals, bees wax and toast, Bickford lime. Distinctive Hunter lemongrass/ straw, sweet apple blossom flavours, sweet fruits initially on the palate, perfect ripeness and excellent acid structure, great length of kafir lime and apple blossom. An evolving, endless finish on a length of pitted stonefruit kernels, preserved peel, calico and old lace. Truly the benchmark in new world, old vineyard Semillon.
Cape Mentelle Wallcliffe Sauvignon Semillon
Margaret
Available in cases of 6
Wallcliffe is a tiny production wine from a unique parcel of soil in the middle of the Margaret River region. The wine represents the vagaries of climate, individuality of site, the complimentary characters of the two varieties and a restrained yet evocative winemaking approach. Wallcliffe is crafted to evolve and to develop different characters and complexity. Treat Wallcliffe to scallops or sticky belly of pork.
$4299each
$515DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Cape Mentelle enjoy access to some of the Margaret River's most elite vineyard sites, and have long been one of the region's most ardent formulators of classy white wines. The Wallcliffe Vineyard was established on a ridge of free draining lateritic gravel between 1970 and 1972. Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon were grafted onto shiraz vines in the early 1980s and today produce the distinctive fruit. Wallcliffe is a wine that creates itself in the vineyard. Plainly fermenting the different plots individually in French oak barriques helps to build and define individual characters. A selection of the best barrels are then blended to make a wine which best reflects the characters of the season and the vineyard.
 
Aromas of lemongrass, citrus blossom, lychee, coriander and wet slate. The fresh citrus fruit characters of the nose transfer seamlessly to the palate, with some white fleshed nectarine and subtle smoke characters also evident. The palate is tight and focused complementing the creamy texture derived from wild yeast barrel fermentation and leads to long bright and expressive finish.
Cape Naturaliste Semillon Sauvignon
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
Originally a coach inn for travellers on the three day journey between Perth and Margaret River, Cape Naturaliste also served as a destination for whale ships taking on supplies of vegetable grown to the valley's rich alluvial soil. A holistic, bio-dynamic philosophy, practised amongst the vines at Cape Naturaliste, yields harvests of grapes which are as natural as those picked off vineyards long ago. A brisk fermentation achieves the clean, fresh palate for which this style is so renowned.
$2099each
$251DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
The undulating topography of Cape Naturaliste is an asset for drainage. Sea based fertilisers and a fish head soup are employed to increase the micro- biologic life of soils. Norwegian Kelp is used as a foliant spray and has an immediate effect on the health of plants, contributing to evenness of fruit set. Pruning techniques, cropping levels, canopy treatment and restricted intrusion from vehicles, are just some of the measures taken to ensure that this unique vineyard produces the cleanest and healthiest fruit in Margaret River. Parcels of Semillon grown to rich alluvial flats are vinified alongside Sauvignon Blanc planted to sandy loam over limestone, alluvial flats and quartz gravels, to be bottled promptly upon completion.
 
Very pale grassy green hue. Bouquet shows stonefruit and tropical notes followed by hints of citrus. Fresh herbal flavours add weight to the palate which finishes clean to zippy acidity and a closing impression of freshness. A touch of barrel ferment on occasion is added to the wine, achieving a fuller mouthfeel and contributing to the wonderful depth of palate.
Cape To Cape Semillon Sauvignon
Margaret Pemberton Great Southern
Available by the dozen
Dutch explorer Gulden Zeepaard was not the first tall ship to chart the coast of Western Australia but she did predate Captain Cook by a century and a half. Today, Gulden Zeepaard's logo adorns the label of West Cape Howe. Headquartered within the grounds of their undulating home vineyard at Mount Barker, the West Cape Howe team collate parcels of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc from across the finer viticultural precincts of the Australian west, for the construct of an intense wine which would unnerve it's laureate siblings from across the Tasman.
$1749each
$209DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Harvests of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc are selected from vineyards at Pemberton, Great Southern and Margaret River. Fruit is crushed with minimal sulphur and chilled prior to pressing. Free run juices are kept separate and pressings fined to remove phenolic compounds. After a period of cold settling, juices were racked and filtered, followed by inoculation through choice yeasts and cool tank vinification at a steady rate for two to three weeks, the temperatures closely monitored and controlled. Upon completion, the components were racked and the final assemblage determined, promptly followed by an early bottling to retain freshness.
 
Pale straw yellow hues. Highly aromatic style exhibiting tropical notes with subtle citrus and fresh grass aromas. A vibrant and flavoursome palate combining the ripe, textural elements of Semillon with lighter refreshing Sauvignon Blanc characters. Stone fruit flavours, citrus notes and refreshing acidity combine to give the wine a clean, moreish finish.
Chapman Grove Reserve Semillon
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
$2499each
$297DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Chapman Grove Reserve Semillon Sauvignon
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
$2499each
$297DOZEN
EACH
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Clairault Margaret River Semillon Sauvignon
Margaret River
Available by the dozen
Clairault are one of the pioneering vineyard wineries of Margaret River. Their aim has always been to create balanced, well structured wines which reflect a unique terroir and the outstanding quality of fruit from a mature site. Semillon in particular is a stand out performer, vinified alongside parcels of intensely aromatic Sauvignon Blanc, into a crisp, clean wine of exciting mineral fruit character, the classic dry Margaret River white, offering immense drink now appeal.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Clairault implements a non interventional approach to winemaking, focusing on aromatics, picking on the basis of flavour rather than fruit sugar. Fruit picking occurs over several days as each block achieves optimal ripening, harvested throughout the cool of night and chilled. Parcels are cold pressed, settled and vinified to a variety of techniques, a fifth is fermented in French oak barriques for richness and texture. A unique strain of yeast is employed to enhance the passionfruit and gooseberry of Sauvignon Blanc. Upon completion, batches are held for a month on gross lees while gently treated to battonage before bottling in July.
 
Pale straw hues. Bright bouquet, newly cut grass characters, guava, grapefruit and orange blossom notes. Pleasingly dry, its vibrant acidity, driven by crushed lime, followed by white pear, lemongrass and dried apricot flavours. Time in French oak has infused a lingering, creamy finish accompanied by subtle minerality.
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