Fifth Leg Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2023

By on February 4, 2024 in Semillon Sauvignon Blanc with 0 Comments

Fifth Leg Semillon Sauvignon BlancWhen it’s summer in Australia most wine drinkers tend to gravitate towards white wine.  So working through the local bottle shop selection does get methodical at times.  The Fith Leg Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2023. Is just such a wine.

I can’t remember if I had tried it before, but on a typical hot Sunday afternoon, that’s where I landed.  Friends around for Steak and the BBQ with salads and a glass or two of wine.

It was a light, mellowed wine with a fruity taste to it.  Went well with a steak and salad.

About Margaret River Winery

It’s one of the world’s youngest wine regions.  With over 90 cellar doors it offers some fantastic wines with spectacular views of amazing surroundings.  It achieved success, prestige, and international acknowledgment, particularly for its Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

Fifth Leg Semillon Sauvignon Blanc From The Bottle

Fifth Leg likes to explore great questions over a good wine like, ‘How did the remains of five Tasmanian tigers end up in the Devil’s Lair cave in WA? And is the legend true that a mysterious “fifth leg” was found with the remains?’  Fifth Leg is serious about wine and the good things in life, but not at the expense of simple, easy-going fun.

This wine has an abundance of snow pea and passionfruit aromas, fins of fragrant blossom and freshly muddled lime, a generous palate of intense lychee passionfruit, and crisp apple crunch Perfect with salt and pepper squid.

The Guff

Details: 12  %  Alcohol, Screw Cab

Tasted:  November 23

Best Drinking: A decent bottle of white wine. from Western Australia.  It’s on the go-to list for a BBQ with Friends.

Score: 15 /20

Region: Western Australia

Buy From: BWS

Comments: It’s on the list of safe, lunch with friends and wine. Add it to a Sauvignon Blanc wine that you might take to a BBQ lunch.

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About Darren

I started this site out of a love for wine. I am not a wine snob, I believe you should pair whatever food you want, with whatever wine you like.

I hope you enjoy, my wine ramblings. As the saying goes 'bottom's up'


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