Is an Australian white wine from the Adelaide region. This white wine is made from Chardonnay grapes.
The Aboriginal name "Wirra Wirra" means "between the gum trees". The wines of founder Bob Wigley, in particular the syrah, were in great demand in London. The wines have been exported all over the world for more than 100 years. In 1936 most of the vineyards were sold by the family and the wine cellars fell into disuse. In 1969, Greg and Roger bought Trott, the dilapidated winery and some surrounding terrain. The two full cousins brought their own vineyards to the new company and started making wine, helped warmly by the local wine producers.
Our late founder Greg Trott, saw the game of cricket as the most noble of pursuits. As a youth, he even built his own concrete pitch at the family farm to emulate his heroes. Trott envisaged wearing the famous baggy green cap of the Australian team - if only to carry the drinks as 12th Man. and If the drinks tray sported our Adelaide Hills Chardonnay, Trott would have been warmly welcomed at any cricket fixture. This white wine has a vibrant gold color with a green tinge.
A bouquet of sweet brioche, grilled cashews, almonds and biscuit oak with lemon juice and lemon curd. A full palate of lemon, grapefruit and white peach is complemented with creamy, savory character from natural ferment and time spent on lees. Oak and acidity are carefully weighted, resulting in a textural, supple, well balanced and long palate.
Triple cream brie with roasted pistachios and semi-dried apricots.
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|Product||Wirra Wirra The 12th Man Adelaide Hills Chardonnay|
|Producer||Wirra Wirra Vineyards|
|Number of bottles||6|
|Delivery time||2 - 5 working days|
|Price per piece||€18.75|