White

2015 Mount Pleasant Wines Sémillon Elizabeth

Sémillon

  • Australia
  • New South Wales
  • Hunter Valley
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Community Tasting Notes 8

  • Mick davo wrote:

    April 26, 2018 - Had with butter chicken. Beautiful

  • BPej Likes this wine: 91 points

    January 16, 2018 - Still young and fresh with lemon and lemon blossom with bright acidity. Honestly hasn’t moved much for an entry level wine. Will have many years ahead of it.

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  • OttawaB Likes this wine: 87 points

    June 27, 2017 - Pale colour, hay. Clear and vibrant looking. Aromas of lemon and lime, with a grassy vegetal element.
    Good acidity, slight zing to flavour. Mainly a lemon flavour, with a slight lemon peel bitterness. Decent length to finish. Seems slightly watery …. Just lacks more body and oomph. But tasty and easy going. Vegetal and herbal/mineral elements on the finish.

  • BPej Likes this wine: 91 points

    March 29, 2017 - The typical lemon and lime is here with citrus flowers and some fennel. It has already started to develop a slight waxy flavour and it is much rounder on the palate than I remember. Definitely doesn't have the acid structure this time to suggest a long life but it is good drinking right now.

  • Avid Wino wrote: 90 points

    January 8, 2017 - Excellent line and length and mouth feel. Lime, lemon pith, lemon grass, grass, on warming in glass a slight vegetal element, probably best described as snow pea, maybe cabbage. Earthy minerality. Tough one to score. 91 before it warmed. Fear that vegetal element may become more pronounced in time could have me saying 88. For now, 90 all up. Hunter Semillon continues to fascinate and perplex me, so much variety of style according to terroir and age.

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Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2015
  • Type White
  • Producer Mount Pleasant Wines
  • Varietal Sémillon
  • Designation Elizabeth
  • Vineyard n/a
  • Country Australia
  • Region New South Wales
  • SubRegion Hunter Valley
  • Appellation Hunter Valley
  • UPC Code 9311769312008

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  • Pending Delivery 0 (0%)
  • In Cellars 142 (59%)
  • Consumed 98 (41%)

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