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Let's face it, white wines aren't actually white, unless someone has put peroxide in it or something.
The Blanc wine’s delicate pink tinge is a natural legacy of the grapes’ colour at harvest (both these varieties are prone to pinking in Australia). A commercial winery would remove the colour using a chemical addition, but not here. This is what you get when something relatively simple over delivers on pleasure. A classic dry white, with enough sweetness to give your taste buds something to dance around. The fruit comes from BC's Quindalup vineyard and is simply made in a stainless steel tank for freshness.