Region South eastern australia
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Penfolds Bin 311 Tumbarumba Chardonnay, 75 cl
Regular price £28.90
Bin 311 Chardonnay is sourced to style from a single, cool-climate (and some would say risky, marginal) region. In 2015, fruit sourcing has again come from Tumbarumba , one of Australia's most exciting, cool-climate, high-altitude, viticultural districts. The Bin 311 style typically exhibits a mineral acid backbone, complemented by barrel fermentation and maturation in seasoned oak. Citrus notes, compliments of Tumbarumba are what you will first pick up. This is neatly followed up by a palate of fresh nectarine and white stone fruit flavours Read more.
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Wines from the Southern Hemisphere are more often than not referred to as 'New World' and there is little argument (from us at least) that the history of wine making in Europe outstretches that of the Southern Hemisphere by quite a distance. Penfolds, though, has been around for the vast majority of the last 200 years when wine has been known to have been produced in Australia (being established in 1844) and so has seen and weathered much of what the 'New World' has experienced. The company's accolades are too lengthy to mention here, but there is little doubt that they produce something for everyone without veering away from the essential essence of quality.
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White Wine Spritzer Recipe
Everyone loves to have an opinion on pretty much every type of drink, and that's true for wines as well as spirits. Whether you're with or against adding soda water to your wine, you should know how to make and serve this refreshing drink. It is a lovely summer wine spritzer recipe, great for hosting as it is so easy. It is also one of our lowest calorie cocktail options, as it's such a light choice. As you might be able to guess from the name, a wine spritzer combines wine (usually white) and club soda, with garnishes. For a basic wine spritzer formula, pour 3 ounces of white wine over ice, then top with 1 ounce of club soda. Garnish with an orange peel and a splash of citrus bitters.