Yes I’m a little obsessed with my unique white wine blends at the moment. This one is a blend of mostly Fiano and Chenin Blanc grapes – two varieties I love by themselves. And when combined, they are pretty tasty too!
I received this sample of the Sherrah 2018 ‘White et al’ from Good Pair Days (thank you!!). It’s made from McLaren Vale fruit in South Australia.
Sherrah is a newish winery headed up by Alex Sherrah who is anything but new to the wine scene. He’s worked at Tatachilla and Coriole in the Vale alongside stints in the Napa Valley, Austria and Burgundy.
I found this blend super scrumptious. From its pale yellow colour in the glass to its stewed fruit, grapefruit zest and sea salt on the nose. There’s some yummy orchard fruit sweetness on the palate alongside fresh grapefruit acidity. Its vibrant and crisp + it was an excellent accompaniment to our spicy African stew.
If you’d like to try this wine and/or the Good Pair Days experience, drop the code “travellingcorkscrew” in at the checkout to get $23 off your first order.
This wine was sent to me as a sample, I was under no obligation to post about it.
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!