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AD HOC Straw Man Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Margaret River 2015

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AD HOC Straw Man Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Margaret River 2015

Cherubino’s entry-level, 75% Sauvignon 25% Semillon blend is a multi-vineyard wine from Margaret River. The fruit is harvested at night before crushing and de-stemming. A short period of skin-contact improves extraction of texture and fruit-flavour. A vibrant, easy-drinking wine made in the Western Australian ‘classic dry white’ style.
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Cherubino’s entry-level, 75% Sauvignon 25% Semillon blend is a multi-vineyard wine from Margaret River. The fruit is harvested at night before crushing and de-stemming. A short period of skin-contact improves extraction of texture and fruit-flavour. A vibrant, easy-drinking wine made in the Western Australian ‘classic dry white’ style.
  • Style: Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon
  • Vintage: 2015
  • Region: Margaret River
  • Code: ADSBS
  • Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc,Semillon
  • Country: Australia

Region Margaret River

Margaret River Located three hours south of Perth, Margaret River is Western Australia’s most prestigious wine-growing region. Serious vineyard development began only in the late 1960’s following the publication of a report by John Gladstones in 1965 stating that the area had a similar climate to Pomerol or St Emilion, with low frost risk, plenty of sunshine and equable temperatures within the growing season promoting even ripening. Margaret River’s climate is warm and maritime, with some cooling influence provided by southeast trade winds. The soils derive from granitic and a gneissic rock over which laterite has formed. The region can be divided in three sub-regions: the cooler south between Yallingup and Karridale with predominantly lateritic gravelly loamy sands and sandy loams; the warm and sunnier Willyabrup in the centre with predominantly gravelly loams, but some gritty sandy loams and granitic gravels; and Margaret River in the north with similar soils, but slightly cooler tem

Margaret River

Located three hours south of Perth, Margaret River is Western Australia’s most prestigious wine-growing region. Serious vineyard development began only in the late 1960’s following the publication of a report by John Gladstones in 1965 stating that the area had a similar climate to Pomerol or St Emilion, with low frost risk, plenty of sunshine and equable temperatures within the growing season promoting even ripening. Margaret River’s climate is warm and maritime, with some cooling influence provided by southeast trade winds. The soils derive from granitic and a gneissic rock over which laterite has formed. The region can be divided in three sub-regions: the cooler south between Yallingup and Karridale with predominantly lateritic gravelly loamy sands and sandy loams; the warm and sunnier Willyabrup in the centre with predominantly gravelly loams, but some gritty sandy loams and granitic gravels; and Margaret River in the north with similar soils, but slightly cooler temperatures. This is entirely consistent with style; the wines from Willyabrup being more generous than the highly structured wines of the north and the elegant styles of the south. Margaret River is best known for high quality Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc Semillon blends and top notch Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux blends. Over the years, the region has established an astonishing reputation illustrating a consistency in quality and a strongly focused winemaking culture.

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Winery LARRY CHERUBINO WINES

Larry Cherubino’s aim is to make ‘uniquely West Australian wines of great depth, detail and purity, true to their provenance’. Grapes come mainly from Great Southern and its Porongurup and Frankland River sub-regions, Pemberton and Margaret River, for Ad Hoc, The Yard, Pedestal, Laissez Faire and the flagship Cherubino label. Cherubino was a Gourmet Traveller Winemaker of the Year finalist in 2003 and 2009. He had a high-profile even before starting Larry Cherubino Wines in 2005, having held senior roles at Hardy’s Tintara in South Australia and Houghton in Western Australia. Larry Cherubino Wines was James Halliday’s 2011 Winery of the Year.
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