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McHenry Hohnen Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2011

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The Experience

Drink When...
At the end of a long day
Listen To...
The Seshen
Think About...
About freedom
Drink With...
Salsas, prawns and spice

The Oddbins Take

Let’s paint a picture. Your boss has been a jerk all week. It’s been a long Friday. It was hot all day but you were stuck at work unable to enjoy it. Instead of being a joy, the weather made the office uncomfortable and whiff of body odour. But you’ve escaped and the weekend lies before you like a glorious promised land. You’re parched, but someone hands you a chilled drink. Condensation glistens on the glass coquettishly. You know how good that drink tastes? Well that’s how good this wine tastes every time.

The Vital Statistics

Country
Australia
Region
Margaret River, Western Australia
Vintage
2011
Drink
Perfect Now
Closure
Screwcap
Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
Residual Sugar
3g/l
12.50%
Alcohol Units
9.4

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The Style

Array
Semillon (56%), Sauvignon Blanc (46%)
Tags
Fresh, Subtle
Oak
Body
Light Full bodied
Sweetness
Dry Sweet

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In 2006 David Hohnen and his brother-in-law Murray McHenry launched McHenry Hohnen, a family owned winery sourcing grapes from four vineyards around the Margaret River. Common sense farming philosophies are employed, cultivating a system in which soil and its organisms, along with plants, insects and animals co-exist in a thriving equilibrium. The team has a huge amount of experience from Canada all the way to New Zealand and with companies like Flying Fish Cove, Cape Mentelle and Cloudy Bay. This wine is produced from traditionally managed vines of an average age of 10 years, is fermented in stainless steel tanks and fined with milk.