$16.15 in any six
$15.19 in any six
$15.20 in any six
Mount Pleasant Elizabeth continues to be an all time favourite of not only Semillon lovers, but affordable dry white lovers across the board. With it's golden hue with a green tinge and baked apple with hints of toastiness on the nose. Citrus flavours of lemon and lime and a buttery texture with good length and crispness on the finish. Classic Hunter Semillon.
The days are long gone when this wine was first released at 4-5 years of age. Pale quartz-green; it has classic young Hunter semillon aromas and flavours, with bracing acidity and lemon flavours. Needs three of four years to start opening up and softening.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 93 points
Mount Pleasant semillons have evolved toward a riper style in recent vintages, and this year Elizabeth has landed in the ripe stone fruit, mandarin and tropical fruit zone. She finishes clean and fresh with lingering minerality. If you're into this style, she's a bargain.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 91 points
This Hunter Valley wine has it all: historic pedigree, classical regional style, drinkability in youth, amazing ageworthiness - and all at a bargain price. Lemony and bracing now with the promise of toasty complexity in the years ahead.
Vintage: 2011 Ralph Kyte-Powell
Source: Epicure - The Age
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