Old Barossa vignerons referred to their vineyards as gardens. The Three Gardens is a contemporary blend of Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne – varieties which, while new to the Barossa, show great promise. The best characteristics of each variety have been combined to create a truly harmonious wine.
Aromas of honeysuckle, apricot, white stone fruit and sherbet. Soft and round, mid-weighted flavours of peach nectar and wheat, quite viscous and mouth-filling and good length. The acid is soft but still delivers decent cut. Aaron Brasher. 90 Points.
Colour: Mid straw with steely hues.
Aroma: A lifted perfume of citrus, fresh peaches and apricot mingle with lightly honeyed notes.
Palate: Citrus and peach come together nicely for this medium bodied food-friendly wine with hints of oyster shell minerality, zest and a little spice flowing through to the finish.
Food match: Sashimi; smoked salmon; Caesar salad.
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