Oxford Landing Pinot Grigo 75cl
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|Product:||Pinot Grigio - White Australian Wine.|
|Product Category:||Beers, Wines & Spirits > White Wine > Australian & New Zealand|
- Wine of South Australia
- Vegan and vegetarian friendly
This is a wine with flavours of freshly cut apple and nashi pear with a crisp, clean finish.
The Oxford Landing Vineyard was established in 1958 on the banks of the majestic Murray River in South Australia. It's an idyllic place, distinguished by clear blue skies, rich red soil and is abundant in golden sunshine - the perfect environment for growing grapes with distinct fruit flavours.
- Suitable for Vegans
- Suitable for Vegetarians
- Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
- Country of Origin: Australia
- Origin Free Text
- Pack Type: Bottle
Preparation and Usage
Where possible store in a cool dark place.
Oxford Landing Estate,
Oxford Landing Rd,
Negociants U.K. Ltd,
|Tasting Notes||A light, bright, crisp and cleansing Pinot Grigio with lifted aromas of fresh-cut pear and honeydew melon. The palate is vibrant and fresh.|
|Serving Suggestion||Serve with seafood or light pasta.|
|Storage Instructions||This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|Grape Variety||Pinot Grigio|
|Producer||Oxford Landing Estates|
|Winemaker||Andrew La Nauze|
|Vinification Details||Oxford Landing Estates Pinot Grigio is grown on the banks of the Murray River on a range of red sandy soils over limestone, perfect for this fresh, varietal wine. It has delicate aromas of honey dew and fresh pear on the palate with vibrant, round and succulent with flavours of oat meal, cinnamon and pear. The finish is textured and silky, which is the hallmark of this classic variety. Serve with seafood or light pasta.|
|History||In the late 1800s the Murray River was a thriving trade highway with commercial paddle steamers transporting wheat, wool and household supplies. One such paddle steamer met with an untimely end when a fire reduced it to ashes. Among the wreckage was a singed sign carrying the name of the boat ‘The City of Oxford'. Then on, the area was known as Oxford Landing. In 1958, winemaking visionary Wyndham Hill Smith sank a spade into the riverside dirt. He believed this fertile red soil and bountiful sunshine would be ideal for growing premium grape varieties, and Oxford Landing Estates was born.|
|Regional Information||The Oxford Landing vineyard near the South Australian town of Waikerie is an idyllic place, distinguished by clear blue skies, rich red soil and sunshine - the perfect environment for growing grapes.|
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