Peter Lehmann Red Blend Barossa Layers 2008
Layers is crafted to illustrate the belief that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Don’t be fooled by it’s easy drinking and approachable nature, each taste reveals another layer of subtle complexity. The Layers is a blend of 5 varieties picked from different vineyards throughout the Adelaide GI. Layers of fruit complexity compliment the diverse textures and elements of modern fusion cuisine. Pinot Gris provides nuttiness and texture, the Muscat delivers aromatics, Gewürztraminer adds spice and mouthfeel, Chardonnay brings a touch of white peach and the Semillon provides a backbone around which all these components are wound. Layers of fruit complexity compliment the diverse textures and elements of modern fusion cuisine. Enjoy the Layers whilst fresh and young.
Peter Lehmann Wines is one of Australia’s most respected and innovative winemakers, creating wines that delight wine lovers around the globe. Winemaking operations are carried out at a single site located near Tanunda, in the heart of the internationally famous Barossa Valley, South Australia.
Good summer sipper with Muscat and Gewurztraminer predominating on both nose and palate. Good tropical fruit flavors and spice - sure to be a crowd pleaser! Chill to normal refrigerator temperature (45 degreesFahrenheit or 7 degrees Celsius for best results).
Smooth, refreshing, delightful. Great for sipping or with light summer fare such as grilled seafood and salads. Worth the price!!
Two and a half glasses
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