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Atze’s Corner Wild Rose Vermentino 2022

$25.00
Only 200 doz were made of this exceptional Vermentino which picked up a gold and top gold medal at both the Royal Adelaide and Barossa Wine Shows! Offers citrus and pear aromatics and a textural palate redolent of nashi pear, apples, citrus wildflowers and a hint of marzipan. Superb.
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Atze’s Corner Wild Rose Vermentino
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Wine Specs
Variety
Vermentino
Vintage
2022
Winemaker
Andy Kalleske
Body
Medium
Sweetness
Dry
Drinking Window
Now - 2028
Bling
Gold and Top Gold - Royal Adelaide Wine Show, Gold and Top Gold at Barossa Valley Wine Show
Alcohol %
12
Closure
Screwcap
Size
750mL
Biodynamic
No
The Kalleske family is responsible for the Atze’s Corner label, bringing five generations of passion, experience and dedication to furthering the already great name of the Barossa Valley. Handpicking their grapes to ensure that they have complete control of the raw material that goes into their wines and only allowing the finest fruit into the wines that will grace the name Atze’s Corner.
Barossa Valley, SA

Region

Barossa Valley, SA

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#html-body [data-pb-style=WR2C2W2]{justify-content:flex-start;display:flex;flex-direction:column;background-position:left top;background-size:cover;background-repeat:no-repeat;background-attachment:scroll;border-style:none;border-width:1px;border-radius:0;margin:0 0 10px;padding:10px}#html-body [data-pb-style=TWPGKK1]{border-style:none;border-width:1px;border-radius:0;margin:0;padding:0}Just 60km northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions. Warm and dry, it is renowned for producing the distinctive Barossa Shiraz, a full-bodied red with notes of chocolate and spice. The valleys and sloping hills create several te ... Read Full Article
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Hot climates hot cultivar: An introduction to Vermentino

Variety

Hot climates hot cultivar: An introduction to Vermentino

The hot vintages of the 2008 and 2009 growing season definitely put South Aussie vineyards ...
The hot vintages of the 2008 and 2009 growing season definitely put South Aussie vineyards through their paces, especially in the hotter regions. For many vignerons these record heat conditions punished vines, stalling flavour development while sugar levels raced ahead. While there have been plenty of good and even exceptional wines made, many of these wines carry the double albatross of excessive alcohol and dead fruit even after reverse osmosis. In hotter regions particularly, many traditional varietals suffered, with low yields, excessive baume and loss of varietal flavour being just some of the side effects. Varieties commonly found in the warme ... Read Full Article
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Barossa Valley, SA
Barossa Valley, SA

Just 60km northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions. Warm and dry, it is renowned for producing the distinctive Barossa Shiraz, a full-bodied red with notes of chocolate and spice. The valleys and sloping hills create several temperature ranges. But in summer, take it from us: it's just plain hot.

The soils range from clay and loam in the cooler areas to the classically South Australian sand and red-brown loam in the valleys. Irrigation is often required, but with water supply an increasing problem, many growers are practicing dryland farming, relying on what falls from the sky and clings from night fog. Couple this with the number of very old vines in the region (which produce limited quantities of grapes), and the result is fruit with deeply concentrated flavour which quickly ripen. A great foundation for some of the world's most acclaimed reds.

History

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Hot climates hot cultivar: An introduction to Vermentino
Hot climates hot cultivar: An introduction to Vermentino

The hot vintages of the 2008 and 2009 growing season definitely put South Aussie vineyards through their paces, especially in the hotter regions. For many vignerons these record heat conditions punished vines, stalling flavour development while sugar levels raced ahead.

While there have been plenty of good and even exceptional wines made, many of these wines carry the double albatross of excessive alcohol and dead fruit even after reverse osmosis. In hotter regions particularly, many traditional varietals suffered, with low yields, excessive baume and loss of varietal flavour being just some of the side effects. Varieties commonly found in the warmer parts of Europe fared much better in terms of vine health during the heatwave and fruit quality when picked. I wondered to what extent these extreme vintages would influence the planting of warm climate cultivars like Vermentino and if Vermentino has a viable mainstream future. You may well ask why I wondered, well I’m a big fan
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