{Lemon Zest, White Blossoms & Granny Smith Apple Skin} From three generations of winemakers in the cool climate of Adelaide Hills, picked early to retain high natural acidity. The D’Aremberg family are the embodiment of mischief (this wine was formally know as DADD).

d'Arenberg Polly Brut

  • Region : Australia > McLaren Vale


    Tasting note : The nose has touches of granny smith apples and brioche with hints of grilled nuts, followed by a dry palate that is delicate and balanced with fresh oyster shell and lemon acidity.


    Blend : Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier


    Ageing : Fermented in stainless steel for 7-10 days with a traditional methode champenois yeast. Aged in stainless steel.


    ABV :  11.5 %


    Drink me with : Fresh fruit, oysters


    About the Producer : d’Arenberg is one of the most significant wineries in McLaren Vale. Founded in 1912 by Joseph Osborn, fourth generation, Chester Osborn took over the reins as Chief Winemaker in 1984.

    The last decade has seen Chester develop a range of white wines every bit as individual and thrilling as the red Rhone varieties with which the company made its name. There is method to his madness (and his shirts!) and no one knows their soils and vines better than Chester.

    Chester works with individual parcels of fruit that display different flavour profiles that are influenced by the unique soil characteristics and meso-climates of the vineyards. Each parcel is picked and vinified separately to highlight the individual characters that contribute complexity to the final blend.

    Chester’s philosophy is to make wines that have great fragrance, fruit palate texture and length. The finish of the wine must have a natural, fine balance of acidity and a complex structure of tannins.