As part of its ongoing commitment to environmental management, Yalumba has introduced three new wines which have been made from organically grown grapes. All grapes were selected from South Australian vineyards that have been certified by the Soil Association of the UK and NASAA Australia as approved organic producers.
Pale straw in colour with green hues, the aroma of the Yalumba Organic Chardonnay 2011 has aromas of peach, melon and ripe stone fruits, which are complemented by a touch of funk from the wild yeast fermented characters. The palate is a beautiful layering of distinct flavours starting with stone fruits and hints of lemon rind, leading to a creamy custard apple finish.
2013 | 2011
The grapes for this wine were harvested from two family-owned vineyards that have been organically certified for more than ten years. The Barich family vineyard is located on the River Murray at Loxton. The Strachan family vineyard is located in the Sellicks foothills subregion of McLaren Vale. Meticulous hand detailed work in both vineyards ensure the grapes are in perfect condition when picked.
2012 | 2011
This wine is Pale straw with green hues, with
aromas of fennel and apricot nectar with jasmine
and curry leaf. The apricot nectar and fennel are joined by white flowers and star fruit leading to a creamy, rich and long mid palate with Asian five spice on the finish.