2019 Water Dancer Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

2019 Water Dancer Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

Sarah Linhart

"Fresh, clean and zippy - no wonder it's a perennial customer and staff favourite!"

Sarah Linhart

Felix Gentle

"Vibrant and refreshing - the perfect summer tipple!"

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Sarah Linhart

"Fresh, clean and zippy - no wonder it's a perennial customer and staff favourite!"

Sarah Linhart

Felix Gentle

"Vibrant and refreshing - the perfect summer tipple!"

Felix Gentle

RRP: $20.00 per bottle
45% OFF
$11.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $3.00 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

The Water Dancer Semillon Sauvignon Blanc captures the wonderful spectrum of citrus and tropical flavours found across the vineyard. Vibrant and refreshing in style, the Sauvignon Blanc is aromatic and crisp whilst the Semillon adds an extra dimension to the wine and depth to the palate.

Tech stuff

13.4
Geographe
2019
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2021
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Lifted passionfruit, tropical fruits and lime zest with moderate herbaceous notes. Flavoursome palate of passionfruit, sweet pears and nectarine, fresh and textured with a long fine finish.

How was it made?

Estate grown from the spectacular hillside vineyard in the Ferguson Valley of the Geographe wine region. The fruit is sourced from our Adele, Forrest and Power blocks which were planted in 1998.
Soil is typically a deep layer of ironstone gravelly loam over red and yellow friable clay with slight westerly aspects at elevations of 220 to 250m above sea level. Winemaking technique is respectful to the fruit flavour. Fresh, clear juice is fermented in tank to retain
pristine fruit aromas and palate delicacy with cultured yeast. Temperature is allowed to peak at 16 degrees celsius, but thereafter maintained at less than 15 degrees celsius.

Who made it?

Two hours south of Perth in the Ferguson Valley sub-region of Geographe is where you’ll find Willow Bridge Estate. Jeff and Vicki Dewar bought the vineyard in 1996 and enlisted the expertise of Kim Horton and Dougal Herd to create premium wines that are exceptional value for money. In 1997 they planted 100 acres of wine grapes – and held their breath. Then another 50 acres were planted in 1998, making Willow Bridge the biggest planting in what was then a largely unknown region. The vineyard is sited high on the western watershed of the Darling Ranges, with the vines enjoying spectacular views over the coastal plain, and across the waters of Geographe Bay to Cape Naturaliste. The vineyard is 25km from the coast as the crow flies, and receives the cooling afternoon sea breeze during summer. At an elevation between 230 and 280 meters, the estate is generally two degrees or more cooler than the coastal plain, with ripening times similar to the cool southern parts of the neighbouring Margaret River wine region.

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