Torbreck Woodcutter’s 2019 Wine Review

This wine review is of a roussanne, marsanne and viognier blend from the Barossa Valley, Torbreck and the 2019 vintage. Styled as an early drinking white, it has pleasant aromas of lemon and stone fruits. The palate is dry, full bodied and has some roundness from ageing in old oak. The wine’s acidity is sufficient to provide freshness on the finish. The fruit impression is riper than its Rhône equivalents which are earthier and more viscous in body. Ready to drink now. Rating: Good. Website:; Reviewed: November 2020.

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