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Monday, December 23, 2013

Bilgavia Estate Hunter Valley Semillon 2013


Bilgavia Estates' 2013 semillon is a pale intensity lemon-green in the glass, and opens to youthful aromatics of pear, lemon, hay and talc.  It's dry on the palate, with high acid, a lightish body and flavours principally of lemon, pear, hay and some suggestions of yellow nectarine.  There's a light petillance there too (not petulance as the spell checker rather insists on having it) and a short to medium length finish.  This is a balanced Hunter Valley semillon, with clean fruit flavours that is ready to drink now, but will keep.  Acceptable to Good

Abv: 11%
Price: $26
Source: sample
Vendors: Check http://www.wine-searcher.com/
Website: http://wine.bilgaviaestate.com.au
Region: Hunter Valley

Source: Google Maps

Drink with: fish
Tasted: 2013
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