This southern appellation is on the Cote Chalonnaise, and planted...
Visual: Sustained, bright cherry red. Nose: Cinnamon, cloves...
Very light, shiny golden yellow, almost crystalline robe. The very...
The Crossing ‘Wild’ Sauvignon Blanc is a wine of texture,...
Rich dark smooth and lusciously sweet with a hint of wood and caramel on...
The wine is a medium intensity red in colour. The nose shows cherries, strawberries, earth and spice characters. The palate has vibrant succulent cherry stone fruit with underlying mushroom and earth nuances. The texture is slippery and silky with a fine thread of acidity and soft mouth filling tannins.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Producer||Burch Family Wines|
|Pairing||Spicy BBQ pulled duck sliders|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
The winery takes its name from MadFish Bay, which can found near Denmark in Western Australia's Great Southern, an area where, apparently, fish go loco. MadFish are wines with an emphasis on enjoyment and drinkability, producing a number of styles, namely the much-lauded MadFish Chardonnay and Shiraz, the Pinot Noir is pretty good too. The range is designed to reflect Western Australia’s laid-back lifestyle; both the packaging and juice are right on the money.
As you'd expect from wines from the same stable as the mighty Howard Park, they are classically cool-climate in style with a real vibrancy of fruit and an abundance of cheeky charm.
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