Mr Mick Vermentino

Mr Mick Vermentino 2016

Clare Valley, South Australia   |    750ml   |    12%
Mr Mick is an impressive range of wines made by Tim Adams; one of Australia's most talented winemakers. The Mr Mick wines always offer plenty of varietal expression, excellent approachability in their youth, and super value for money wine drinking. A recent addition to the Mr Mick range, this 2016 Mr Mick Vermentino is an impressive local example of this popular Italian white wine variety.

Offering up plenty of grapefruit, apple and nashi pear aromas and flavours, this 2016 Mr Mick Vermentino is modelled in the classic Italian style with just a touch of fruit sweetness to balance the refreshing minerality and spritely natural acidity. A great drinking white wine that will work well with seafood, white meat and spicy Asian dishes.

Availability: In stock

$14.90
Only available for purchase in 12 bottle increments.
Mr Mick is an impressive range of wines made by Tim Adams; one of Australia's most talented winemakers. The Mr Mick wines always offer plenty of varietal expression, excellent approachability in their youth, and super value for money wine drinking
12
South Australia
Clare Valley
750
12
This wine has grapefruit, apple and nashi pear aromas and flavours, modelled in the classic Italian style with just a touch of fruit sweetness to balance the refreshing minerality and spritely natural acidity.

The warm growing conditions in the Clare Valley are ideal for Vermentino, which has its origins in Italy. Grapes were harvested at their peak flavour maturity from a single vineyard within the southern Clare Valley. After a short skin contact time, the juice was separated from skins, cold settled and fermented for 14 days. Careful attention to fining ensures a rich and textural yet seamless palate.

It is a great wine just to sit, sip and enjoy for its individuality, or try with a varied range of food, particularly good with seafood!

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