The best modern Aussie whites offer an abundance of sun-ripened fruit balanced by crisp, zingy refreshment. None more so than Yarrunga Field, which has been our ‘House White’ for Oz for over 30 years. The 2018 is as fruity and fresh as ever.
"Give it a try. One of my two favourite whites under ten pounds. 5 Stars"
Yarrunga Field is as much “Aussie sunshine in a glass” (Oz Clarke/Jilly Goolden) as it was when first launched some 30 years ago. It made such a sensation then, when it was featured on BBC’s Food and Drink programme and duly shot up our bestsellers chart. A few refinements have been made in the years since, tweaks to the mix of grapes, and the 2018 exudes fruitiness, freshness and intensity in perfect measure. At 12% this wine makes a terrific glassful anytime, with or without food, at a party or in the garden. There’s no doubt why so many customers keep coming back for more – it’s just so easy drinking. Sam Trimboli was the original winemaker and is on top form with this latest vintage. Serve chilled solo or with spicy stir-fry or seafood.
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