Domenic Torzi’s quest to produce and push his boundries are realised from Adelaide Hills French inspired varieties that showcase fuit styles that exhibit fruit puriety, texture and delicacy. Finally his fruition has been accomplished in the only way he knows how with the connection of food and wine. Small single vineyard, naturally nutured farmed fruits and self taught gentle process has ensured his comitment to Terraced Hills.
Aromatic stone fruits, pineapple and white blossom flowers, supported by subtle underlying tannin from the French oak. Fine creamy texture with fresh cut pineapple, and white peach with excellent roundness from extended lees contact while finishing beautifully balanced with pure acid and a savoury palate of deliciousness.
Something a little different from Dom Torzi. Golden colour. Yellow nectarine, grapefruit, cinnamon and ginger, a little mint and white flower. It’s fresh in grapefruity acidity, but has a gentle caramel richness in with yellow fruit, an attractive flinty grip, subtle oxiditive charm, and a tight and spicy finish. Excellent drink. Complexity all ready, and a distinct ‘white Burgundy’ feel. Bargain. Tasted: March 19; Alcohol: 13%; Price: $28; Closure: Screwcap; Drink: 2019-2031; Rated: 93 Points; Gary Walsh; The Wine Front
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