SubRosa 2021 Viognier

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Beautiful drop. Loads of butter on the nose with nice mineral acidity with pear walnut and some lime on the palette. Limited run 120 case after 15months in French oak.

Robert, Review from Vivino

Cloudy natural wine style, toast, stone fruit, orange blossom, butter, honeycomb. Long finish and spicy palate, nicely balanced alcohol considering its about 14%.

Stefan, Review from Vivino

A good example of Aussie cool climate Viognier. Drinkable now but better with a little time.

Richard, Review from Cellartracker


COMPOSITION – 100% Grampians Viognier


FARMING – Certified Sustainable

FERMENTATION –  Natural fermentation, 100% stainless steel

AGING –  12 months, French oak

QUANTITY – 200 dozen only

ML – 0%
TA – 7.4 g/l
pH – 3.28
ALCOHOL – 13.5%

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