94pts – Tim Atkin SA Wine Report
Bright and exuberant flavours of orange blossom, pineapple and nartjie are prominent upfront with more delicate aromatics of dried apricot, toasted brioche and vanilla pod show on the mid palate. A refreshing zesty acidity is prominent from entry all the way to the long zesty finish.
The White Lady was first released in 2011. In its short life it has since received tremendous acclaim, twice being voted the John Platter white wine of the year. This among a plethora of other accolades, it is one of the most successful wines produced on the estate. With the great reputation and history of fantastic red wines the White Lady is a showcase of all that is possible with the magnificent terroir at Warwick.
Grilled Pork tenderloin glazed in apricot marmalade served with creamy cannellini
beans and a herb salad. Glazed butternut Gnocchi with sage cream
sauce and toasted seeds.
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