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Sparkling August 26, 2019
Hanging Rock Macedon Cuvee XVII
Wine Rating 

The wine is made up of base wines from 2013, 2014, 2015 and is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and was a held on years for four years prior to disgorgement.

A light to golden yellow in the glass, with a fine persistent bead that you would expect from such a long time on lees. The nose is framed by citrus with piercing white peach along with worked brioche notes. The cool, uncompromising site perched high in the macedon ranges has produced a wine with a crystalline acid structure that is beautifully contrasted by fuller stone fruits and understated nougat and almond meal. There is a grapefruit like grip to finish with fine lines of lemon and peach.

It is a non-vintage wine, that you should treat as a vintage, will grow and grow over the next 5 + years.

When to Drink

Optimal Drinking
2019 - 2028
Date Reviewed
08 25, 2019


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