Friday, 24 April 2015

Cumulus La Rosa Blanco 2014

This just smells good and feels good. I can see a few female friends of mine going a little silly over this.

Fresh and aromatic, plenty has gone into this for the money you pay; a mere $16. I did discover that members pay only $12. Hello bargain city!

A blend of Pinot Grigio, Semillon, and Riesling (42/38/20), the fruit comes from the Central Ranges in NSW. The Semillon sat in old oak and the Riesling was fermented on skins. From here the delicious textural features of the wine were born, yet it's not heavy nor over done. The fruit retains its freshness and appeal delivering a well balanced wine showing citrus and tropical fruit with a squeeze of stone fruit. A grind of spice sits nicely to tickle your fancy on a long length.

Classic easy drinking juice. Just what the doctor ordered.

Very good.

Region: Central Ranges
RRP: $16
Source: Sample

www.cumuluswines.com.au

Follow me @Qwine

No comments:

Post a Comment