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Trophy - Cairns Wine Show 2014 
Trophy - Rutherglen Wine Show 2014 
Gold Medal - Adelaide Wine Show 2015 
Gold Medal - International Wine Challenge 2015 
Gold Medal - Melbourne Wine Show 2015 
Gold Medal - Rutherglen Wine Show 2014
Blue Gold - Sydney International Wine Competition 2014
Top 100 - Sydney International Wine Competition 2014

For the miniscule yields inherent to botrytis, a bargain dessert wine that hasn’t been concocted by freezing or reverse osmosis in the winery is nigh-on unheard of, and this is why Vat 5 is nothing short of remarkable. Baby brother to the iconic Noble One, it’s matured in small portion in oak and spends a surprising number of years maturing prior to release. The result is, not surprisingly, oozing with complexity of honey, marmalade, toffee and toast. There’s a note of onion-like reductive complexity in the background, and a textural, phenolic mouthfeel, neatly balanced by sweetness on a long finish. Rating: 92 Points; Tyson Stelzer, Wine Taste Weekly

While De Bortoli’s Noble One Semillon is the one destined to take all the glory, this extraordinary little bargain never ceases to amaze. Mid-dark gold in the glass with immediate botrytis fruit flavours in ripe and rich yellows such as apricots, oranges, cumquats and peaches, with honey and marmalade sweetness swelling in the palate. Tony Love; Taste


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