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Torbreck Roussanne Viognier Marsanne Woodcutter's Rvm 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1790833
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Torbreck Roussanne Viognier Marsanne Woodcutter's Rvm 2011 750ml

Torbreck Roussanne Viognier Marsanne Woodcutter's Rvm

Light gold in the glass with a distinct greenish cast, this wine has rich aromas of apples and peaches with hints of white flowers. In the mouth the wine has a silky texture with apple and peach flavors tinged by a bright lemon curd juiciness that lingers through the finish.

Light gold in the glass with a distinct greenish cast, this wine has rich aromas of apples and peaches with hints of white flowers. In the mouth the wine has a silky texture with apple and peach flavors tinged by a bright lemon curd juiciness that lingers through the finish.

(46% Roussanne/41% Viognier/13% Marsanne). The varities were gently pressed and naturally settled for 24 hours. The Rousanne was racked to tank and the Marsanne and Viognier were transferred to neutral French barriques for fermentation. Each parcel was aged on its lees for seven months prior to assemblage.

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Torbreck Torbreck Roussanne Viognier Marsanne Woodcutter's Rvm 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Light gold in the glass with a distinct greenish cast, this wine has rich aromas of apples and peaches with hints of white flowers. In the mouth the wine has a silky texture with apple and peach flavors tinged by a bright lemon curd juiciness that lingers through the finish.
 

Notes on the Torbreck Roussanne Viognier Marsanne Woodcutter's Rvm 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes Light gold in the glass with a distinct greenish cast, this wine has rich aromas of apples and peaches with hints of white flowers. In the mouth the wine has a silky texture with apple and peach flavors tinged by a bright lemon curd juiciness that lingers through the finish.

Technical Notes (46% Roussanne/41% Viognier/13% Marsanne). The varities were gently pressed and naturally settled for 24 hours. The Rousanne was racked to tank and the Marsanne and Viognier were transferred to neutral French barriques for fermentation. Each parcel was aged on its lees for seven months prior to assemblage.