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Wicks Estate 'Pamela' Sparkling Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2013

Special Price $23.00 Regular Price $30.00
Truly a modern classic, this Adelaide Hill Sparkling is all about high quality fruit spending four years on lees to develop texture and complexity. There’s a full, rich mouthfeel and texture and delicate toasty notes of warm brioche are punctuated with crunchy green apple acidity and a brilliantly refreshing finish.
Wicks Estate 'Pamela' Sparkling Chardonnay Pinot Noir
Wine Specs
Region
Adelaide Hills, SA
Vintage
2013
Winery
Wicks Estate
Winemaker
Leigh Ratzner
Bling
Top Gold and The Hurtle and Norman Walker Trophy for Best Sparkling Wine in Show – 2019 Royal Adelaide Wine Show
Alcohol %
12
Size
750 mL
Adelaide Hills, SA

Region

Adelaide Hills, SA

Considerably cooler than the surrounding plains, the hills are washed in rain during winte ...
Considerably cooler than the surrounding plains, the hills are washed in rain during winter months, and the peaks wrapped in fog. It is considered a high rainfall region compared to other Australian regions, but outside of winter the climate is warm and dry. Night time temperatures are the feature - notably cooler than the day when the sun sets. Worth noting is how the average rainfall increases the higher you go, with Mount Lofty picking up 1400mm on the old splash-o-meter compared to 850mm just 10K down the road in Charleston. This range of moisture and altitudes results in a variety of soils, but in general are sand and clay loam over clay subsoils. ... Read Full Article
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Adelaide Hills, SA
Adelaide Hills, SA

Considerably cooler than the surrounding plains, the hills are washed in rain during winter months, and the peaks wrapped in fog. It is considered a high rainfall region compared to other Australian regions, but outside of winter the climate is warm and dry. Night time temperatures are the feature - notably cooler than the day when the sun sets. Worth noting is how the average rainfall increases the higher you go, with Mount Lofty picking up 1400mm on the old splash-o-meter compared to 850mm just 10K down the road in Charleston. This range of moisture and altitudes results in a variety of soils, but in general are sand and clay loam over clay subsoils. A bit of shale and ironstone can be found, and the soil is acidic on average and rarely acidic.

The combination of climate and soil lends to superb cool-weather whites like Riesling (if you watch for mould), Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and crisp Chardonnays. Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon can also be found, with the grapes

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