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Terre a Terre Crayeres Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The two hectare Sauvignon Blanc block was planted in 2004 on sandy loam over terra rossa soil, on the crest of a north-south oriented 35 million-year-old limestone ridge in the heart of the Wrattonbully wine region. A further 1 hectare of Sauvignon Blanc was planted in 2013. French clones were used, grafted onto 101-14 rootstocks. The vines were planted at a density of 4,444 vines per hectare, 1.5m x 1.5m, making it the closest spaced Sauvignon Blanc vineyard in Australia.
Terre a Terre make two wines from their Crayères Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc fruit. The very best parcel of fruit makes this cuvee, with the grapes whole bunch pressed, and the juice fermented in seasoned 600L oak demi-muids.

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