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Rousanne Marsanne Torbreck 2007


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Title: Rousanne Marsanne
Kind of wine: Bianco
Wine variety: 55% Roussanne e 45% Marsanne
Year: 2007 State: Australia
Fermentation: In steel
Refinement: for a period of 7 months on light yeasts
Alcoholic proof: 13,0%

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The Rousanne Marsanne is a white wine rich of quality, produced with grapes deriving from the famous Barrosa Valley of the South Australia, characterized by a warm and dry climate, with strong temperature ranges between day and night. The wine owns an intense straw yellow colour and it has also hints of acacia’s flowers, white peach, citrus fruit, toasted peanuts and buttery fragrances. The richness of this wine derives from the good balance between the two vineyards’ characteristics that compose it: in fact this wine has a strong personality, concentred aroma and smells of sweet orange, honey and ginger. It is perfect if drunk together with fish platters, shellfish and white meats.



The cave was created in 1994 by David Powell: he made experiences in wine sector, thanks to his travels in France, Italy and California. The origin of the cave goes back up 1992, when David Powell was awarded for his work, because of the transformation of grapes in wine. The winery owns 12 hectares of vineyards in the Barrosa Valley and the production based itself on the classic types of this area ( Shiraz, Granache and Mataro). Moreover, Torbreck produces white wines made up of Viognier, Marsanne and Roussane, by following the philosophy according to which the selection of high quality grapes offers to the wine the character of the vineyard.