2016 Black Label Savagnin

  • textural

  • white peach

  • citrus

  • lychee


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Not to be confused with Sauvignon Blanc, the round and generous Savagnin has a long history and is most famously produced in eastern France. Chardonnay drinkers will appreciate the weight, body and tight acidity, while those partial to an aged white wine will enjoy the tertiary characters emerging in the 2016 vintage.

Pair with butternut squash and foods that are caramelized from roasting or grilling, like crisp-skinned roast chicken or pork.



91 Points

“The palate, mid-weighted and intensely flavoured, is furled around a core of mineral crunch, bright acidity and the textural drift of gentle grape skin tannins. The finish is long and moreish”.

– James Halliday Wine Companion

Wine Notes

Colour:light golden hue, hint of green

Aroma:all spice, citrus fruits + chalk (aged)

Palate:crisp apple + lemon, savoury spice

Cellar:made for long term cellaring - up to 15 years


Region:Yarra Valley

Vineyard:single vineyard - Melba Valley, Dixons Creek

Harvest:9th March 2016

Method:hand picked


Process:whole bunch pressed, cold settled, racked with solids

Fermentation:partial ferment on skins - 20%

Barrel:two year old French oak for 9 months


Winemakers:Rob Dolan

Tasting Note

Additional information

Weight 1.33 kg