Rockford White Frontignac 2012, Barossa Valley

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$22 from Rathowne Cellars. Lifted delicate aromas of lime leaf and white grapefruit, this is a simple refreshing drink with residual sweetness, and the moderate acidity doesn’t make it too tiresome to drink. I had this with a salad of capsicum, celery, baby potatos and prawns that was topped with some aoli and parsley. Summer sunshine on the balcony – works a treat! Drink now. 86-87/100.

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I am a neuroscience researcher in Melbourne, Australia with a keen interest in wines of the world.
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