After searching the globe for an ideal place to plant vines with the aim of making high quality wines, Bellarmine Wines was founded in 2000 on a picturesque property in the pristine cool climate region of Pemberton, South-West Western Australia.
The label chart shows around 65g/l residual sugar. Once again, the sugar is partially masked by the fruit and acidity. It is seductive now, but has unlimited development potential. Lime and apple fruit are on the money, and the wine should melt the hardest heart. Drink to: 2036; Price: $26.00; Alcohol: 7.5%; Rating: 96 Points & Special Value Star; James Halliday Wine Companion
This wine is sublime. Made in the mould of the great wines of the Mosel district of Germany. Clean, linear purity. A poised wine with razor-edge balance of fruit and acid, the sweetness disguised somewhat by the acidity. Will age wonderfully. A wine so easy to drink, so refreshing, with length, clean finish, and oozing personality. Dr Craig Drummond; MW
Beautifully full and weighty with gentle integrated sweetness, citrus flavours and a refined acid vein. There is a gentle background smokiness which adds to the wine's charm, plus it has a naturally low alcohol of 7.5%. A composed, flavoursome, varietally expressive wine. Drink: 2019 to 2030; Price: $26.00; Alcohol: 7.5%; Rating: 95 Points; Toni Paterson MW; The Real Review
Medium-yellow colour showing some development. There is some attractive toastiness of developed fruit in the forward and very charming bouquet, while the palate is semi-sweet and quite delicious, with notes of honeysuckle, tealeaf and poached fruits. A lovely wine in a semi-sweet style. Drink: 2019 to 2026; Price: $26.00; Alcohol: 7.5%; Rating: 95 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review
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