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Clarence House Vivace Brut NV

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100% Chardonnay for this outstanding sparkling wine which has been aged on lees for 3 years.
Bright, green-tinged silver. High-pitched, intensely minerally aromas of white flowers, lime zest and white pepper convey striking clarity and vivacity. Expansive citrus and pear on the palate, but with excellent focus and lift thanks to spice, mineral and tangy peppery notes. The flavors build and deepen into the finish, which is wonderfully fresh and quite long.

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Clarence House was built in 1830 at Clarence Plains, Mt Rumney, just north of Hobart in Southern Tasmania. The beautiful Georgian house built around 1830 remains and has been maintained in its original splendour surrounded by beautiful gardens, and in 1998 present owner David Kilpatrick began planting vines on an impressive and ideally positioned north east sloping block opposite the house.
Over 8ha of the total 12ha of plantings consists of pinot noir and chardonnay, with the remainder including pinot blanc, sauvignon blanc, merlot and tempranillo. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines have until 2014 been produced by Julian Alcorso at Winemaking Tasmania. Wines from the remaining varieties have been made by Alain Rousseau at the highly acclaimed Frogmore Creek Wines.
In 2014 a small batch of Pinot Noir from the oldest vines was vinified by Anna Pooley at Pooley Wines who are located just a few minutes north at Richmond. The results were extremely encouraging and from 2015 all Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines have been made Pooley Wines.

Additional Information

Volume (ml)750ml
Winemaking PracticesMostly Conventional Techniques
Vineyard PracticesMostly Regular Farming Techniques
Product typeWine Sparkling Australasia

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