Review for Peter Lehmann Art Series Semillon, Barossa Valley 2008

    edwardragg Wine Blogger September 22, 2010
    Appearance: medium gold. Nose: quite overt quince fruit with some ripe lemon citrus (no lime here). Palate: attractive ripe lemon and quince fruit with a decent line of high acidity and good length. Conclusion: predictably a fuller-bodied style of Australian Semillon – Hunter may be fractionally warmer than Barossa but early picking is forced by Hunter’s humidity/higher rainfall and also its increased cloud cover, thereby involving fewer sunshine hours than Barossa. This winery knows how to handle Semillon – see also the Peter Lehmann Margaret Semillon which is fantastic – and this will age to 2013 quite happily.  
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