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Sigurd White Blend 2020

Grapefruit, basil, lemon peel - this wine has the most incredible aromatics within a floral and herbal spectrum, with each sniff yielding something different. An absolute kaleidoscope of flavour with a textured, generous mouthfeel. The blend is totally atypical, not just for Barossa, but for anywhere in the world, and I'll be honest - I tried it as a curiosity expecting not to like it based on the strange blend. But if ever a wine blend demonstated the concept of 'Gestalt', where the whole is so much greater than the sum of the parts, this is it.  An absolute stunner of a wine. 


Handpicked grapes are macerated with a few days of skin contact which brings the beautiful texture. Dan Graham always works in a 'minimal intervention' mentality, with natural yeasts, leaving the wine unfiltered and unfined for maximum complexity with just a little sulfur at bottling to preserve freshness. 


Semillon (37%), Vermentino (37%), Chardonnay (14%), Muscat (12%)


Organic & Vegan 

Sigurd White Blend 2020


Dan Graham takes the Sigurd name from his Norwegian great-grandfather, who shared a similarly mischievous outlook. Sigurd Wines was born in 2012 with just two tonnes of Grenache from Blewitt Springs, which Dan fermented on a friend’s veranda. This follows a career that has taken him to Central Otago, Alentejo, Bordeaux, Hermitage, Barolo and around New South Wales and Barossa, including a stint at Jacob’s Creek. As Dan puts it, “when all is said and done, I just make wines that I want to drink.”