Albourne Estate Bacchus 2015

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  • £14.00
  • 12%
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The aromas on this wine were much more floral focussed; loads of elderlower, with cut grass, hedgerow, hints of white pepper, pine needle and an underlying salinity.

This wine’s diversity continued on the palate, with the Bacchus’ signature acidity and citrus flavours taking hold initially, before a layered and textured journey unfolds.

There’s a real youthful green character to this wine; grassy, unripe papaya and lime. Salty salinity, mineral finish – nuanced, textured, wonderful!

A serious wine lovers wine for sure; distinctive and hugely interesting.
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