2007 The Islander Wally White Wine – Semillon/Viognier, Australia, $40

Produced by Jacques Lurton at his Kangaroo Island estate in South Australia, this 90% Semillon, 10% Viognier blend has a very complex floral nose, showing aromas of white peach, fresh grapes, Muscat, vanilla and a touch of smokiness from the oak.  Best to be consumed by 2014.  Try with crayfish, salmon, swordfish, pork belly or roast turkey or chicken, if a lemon is stuffed in there somewhere!

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  1. It depends on a few tgnihs. From a science point of view we look for sugar levels, pH and acidity. Flavours of course are important and if the seeds are brown it means it is nearing end ripeness. Other tgnihs like texture of the skins and health of the vine are important too. And that doesn’t even include scheduling it in and tank space!

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