BLEEDING HEART WINES


BETTER A BLEEDING HEART THAN NONE AT ALL

Bleeding Heart are boldly flavoured wines expressive of their varietal and region, just what Australian wines are famous for. South Australia’s ancient soils and moderate climate create rich and full bodied wines that are crafted incredibly. 

Bleeding Heart sources from established, dry-grown vineyards in the Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and central South Australia to create approachable and inviting wines that are expressive of their region and variety.

Bleeding Heart Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Review and Tasting Notes

2018 was an excellent season for Bleeding Heart. A cool and wet start throughout Winter ensured the moisture level of vineyards was excellent and then an even. The season was extended due to cooler weather. The grapes for most varieties hung for longer than usual where they arrived at full ripeness levels delivering highly flavoursome and expressive fruit. For wines such as the Bleeding Heart Sauvignon Blanc, the result was freshness combined with added complexity.

A lifted nose of passionfruit, lemon citrus & cut grass. The palate has a fruity intensity with spice and subtle herb. The finish is dry, long and very refreshing. A wine that will pair very well with garden salads, fresh fish and light creamy pasta.

Bleeding Heart Sauvignon Blanc is a great option for your next function or event.

Bleeding Heart Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Adelaide Hills

More Information
Food Pairing Soft Goats Cheese
Serving Temp 7 - 14 degrees
Standard Drinks 7.7
Alcohol Volume % 13

 

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