Tasting Date: 7/5/2012
Varietal: Peter Lehman Layers White Blend 2012
Tasting Date Price: $18.99
Rating: WS 2010 85
Alcohol Content: 11.5%
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Visual Aspect: . An attractive pale yellow with green tints
Nose: Finely structured lemon tinged Semillon provides a wonderful backbone to support the soft floral aromatics of Muscat entwined with the delicate spice of Gewürztraminer. , it has aromas of citrus, hints of peach and aromatic lifted spiciness
Palate: Pinot Gris introduces texture and mouthfeel to complete a wonderfully flavoursome wine.
Food Pairing: This complements a wide variety of seafood, white meats, salad and Asian inspired dishes. Best served chilled.
Winery Notes: Barossa grown Semillon 36%, South Australian Muscat 23%, Barossa and Adelaide Hills Gewürztraminer 21%, Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris 20%. Vintage.
The 2010 vintage started with a short burst of heat in February. Following this, the weather settled down and was warm and stable throughout producing wines with excellent colour and flavour.
Winemaking: Cold fermentation in stainless steel tanks prior to blending and early bottling have produced a lively, fresh yet complex white wine.
Enjoy Layers of fruit complexity compliment the diverse textures and elements of modern fusion cuisine. Enjoy the Layers whilst fresh and young.