2015 Rob Dolan "True Colours - Field Blend" Yarra Valley Victoria (Previously $17)

SKU #1276808 90 points James Halliday

 Savagnin, pinot gris, gewurztraminer and chardonnay. It's more floral than a bridal party. It throws lychee, rosewater, honeysuckle and various other blossomy characters at you, and does so in a pleasing manner.  (12/2015)

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 A blend of Savagnin, Pinot Gris, Gewuztraminer and Chardonnay, the 2015 True Colours Field Blend has a lovely floral, citrus and stone fruit scented nose with notes of roses, orange blossoms and nectarines. Light to medium-bodied and dry on the palate, this is a real breath of fresh air to drink due to its unique nature and deliciousness. (LPB)  (10/2016)

K&L Notes

A fantastic, refreshing, aromatic white that is a field blend of 40% Savagnin, 25% Gewurztraminer, 25% Pinot Gris and 10% Chardonnay. This is crisp, floral and utterly drinkable. Perfect with lighter food, Asian spices or sushi.

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Yarra Valley

Alcohol Content (%): 13.3