Manyara 2017 Pinot Grigio

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The Manyara Pinot Grigio is carefully handpicked and the grapes gently pressed. The free run juice was then fermented in a combination of French oak barrels and stainless steel tanks. The juice was fermented cold to capture the subtle flavours of the vintage and was left on yeast lees for 4 months to develop mid palate complexity. This resulted in a Pinot Grigio that displays balance and persistent length.

Manyara Wines is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery, established on fertile land once used to breed and train thoroughbred race horses located in Balhannah, Adelaide Hills, Australia. The lush vines on the property were planted in 1994 and are well known for their quality yield. The fruit is carefully hand-tended and handpicked to create premium, single vineyard wines.
The altitude of the region brings low night-time temperatures and rainfall, both which have a positive influence on grape growing. Shop from a collection of fresh Sauvignon Blanc, classic Chardonnay, elegant Pinot Noir Rosé, crisp Pinot Grigio and rich Pinot Noir.

Tasting Note: Nose displays subtle white floral flavours and spiced pear. The palate also displays apple and hints of poached pear with spice on the back palate complemented by a lovely textural finish.

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Adelaide Hills
Dry White
Pinot Grigio

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