You‘ll Never Walk Alone is perhaps the most famous song in football, and is heard before kick-off at every Liverpool match at Anfield and has been adopted as the Football Club’s anthem.
Claymore Wines is the official partner of Liverpool Football Club in Australia and have created their YNWA series of wines inspired by Liverpool Football Club (Claymore owner Anura Nitchingham is a passionate Liverpool football supporter after he studied medicine in Liverpool in his student days).
On the nose there’s bags of gooseberry, honeysuckle and orange blossom. This is a very light Sauvignon Blanc, with a delightful crispness. The grapes were picked early to retain the maximum acidity and greener fruit profile. On the palate there’s gooseberry and guava alongside hints of honey and orange peel. Lovely clean finish.
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A blend of three white varieties reflect all that is desirable from McLaren Vale’s climate and soils. Comprising of 55% Vermentino, 23% Verdelho, 22% Sauvignon Blanc.
The Vermentino’s crisp, structural and vibrant contribution is filled out by the Verdelho’s rich, tropical mid palate and yeasty lees stirred characteristics, while the Sauvignon Blanc twist gives the aromatics a lift and provides a herbaceous edge.
So how does it taste: A crisp and refreshing mix of lemon, lime, grapefruit and white nectarine flavours leading into a soft and fleshy mid palate of honeydew, green apple and lemon sorbet. The focused acidity combined with the voluminous mouth-feel finish the wine with crispness, persistence and length.
A vibrant and bright pale white wine with notes of aromatic stone and tropical fruits on the nose. This Sauvignon Blanc carries the signature characteristics of the Adelaide Hills’ style with a clean and crisp palate of gooseberries and citrus fruits, followed by delicate acidity and a complementing mineral finish.
Fully worked is a style that O’Leary Walker have used to distinguish this “funky and complex” Sauvignon Blanc as opposed to their classic “pure and pristine” version.
This wine is super interesting, very much in the White Bordeaux style. It’s made to maximise layers of flavour and complexity through various traditional winemaking techniques. Natural fermentation and lees stirring for 3 months, then stored in 2 and 3 year old Siruge French oak Barriques for 9 months, and no filtration prior to ferment, all of which you might not associate with the Sauvignon Blanc grape.
Expect creamy layers of balanced oak with clean, crisp acidity. A must try for wine enthusiasts.