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.
Here the dainty scale on the front label indicates slightly above 55g/l of residual sugar has been retained on a scale of zero to 100, but thanks to finely tuned acidity, the wine simply tastes dazzlingly fruity and fresh, a lemon-lime sorbet. Leaves the mouth asking for more. Drink to: 2032; Price: $26.00; Date Tasted: Sept 2017; Alcohol: 7.5%; Rating: 95 Points & Special Value Star; James Halliday Wine Companion
Very light-straw colour, with a very lifted, fragrant nose of passionfruit, lime and lemon - the palate is sweet and juicy with gorgeous fruit flavours and wonderful balance between sweetness, fruit and acidity. Juicy, tangy and loaded with energy. A more European style of riesling. Drink: 2019 to 2029; Price: $26.00; Alcohol: 7.5%; Rating: 95 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review
Glorious aromatics of warm spring blossoms and freshly-cut lime. The palate is sweet-natured and bright with a melange of citrus flavours. It is so pure, perfect and pristine with seamless acid-and-sugar balance and delightfully low alcohol of 7.5%. Drink: 2019 to 2026; Price: $26.00; Alcohol: 7.5%; Rating: 95 Points; Toni Paterson MW; The Real Review
The colour is very light, the aroma marvellously lifted, with a fragrance combining passionfruit, lime and lemon, with hauntingly complex floral nuances. It's an off-dry, 7.5% alcohol style that skilfully balances sweetness with juicy, tangy fruit and acidity. Drink to: 2029; Rating: 95 Points; Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE Magazine
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