2018 GONE ROGUE MISH MASH WHITE
91 points Angus Hughson, WinePilot.com
A bright and fresh white blend bursting with floral, citrus fruit, and perfumed notes. The palate has texture and character from the Pinot Gris and Viognier whilst the old vine Riesling provides a juicy, refreshing line of acidity. Serious but immensely smashable at the same time!
75% Riesling, 20% Pinot Gris, 5% Viognier
75% Great Southern, 25% Margaret River, Western Australia
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Citrus, lime, spice, nashi pear, floral, perfume, musk, refreshing, bright, acidity, juicy mid-palate, zippy, fresh, tangy, pithy, minerality, textural
Oysters, Thai chilli prawns, shrimp cocktail, soft shell crab sushi roll, yellowtail sashimi, ceviche, chilli mud-crab, blue-swimmer crab pasta, goats cheese, chicken salad
THE BORING STUFF
20% Pinot Gris
75% Mount Barker, Great Southern
25% Margaret River
Average Vine Age: 30 years
Old Vine Riesling, Barrel Ferment Viognier
Total Acidity: 6.7g/L
Residual Sugar: 2.6g/L
WINE REVIEW BY ANGUS HUGHSON WWW.WINEPILOT.COM
91 POINTS - DRINK 2020-2021
It is always great to see something new in the world of wine and I am fairly sure you’ve never tasted a wine like this. It is a Western Australian blend that brings together fruit from Margaret River and the Great Southern to craft an exotic white.
Zesty old vine Riesling from down south is lifted by pinot gris and a touch of barrel-fermented Viognier. The wine has exotic pear and floral aromatics that almost explode from the glass leading to a dry and crisp style with a touch of grip. There is plenty of length too for that exotic fruit to make its mark. That exotic fruit and crisp style makes it very well suited to spicy Thai dishes. Tasted July 2020.