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The Stump Jump Sticky Chardonnay Riesling Semillon Pinot Gris,
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- Region: Adelaide Hills
- Vintage: 2010
- Size: 37.5cl
- ABV: 11.5%
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Starts off all rich and ripe, thereâ€TMs flowers, Turkish delight, marmalade and ripe apricots. The palate is luxurious with lemon zest and butterscotch characters layered with zippy acidity and spiced fruit. The finish is long, bright and balanced. This elegant little sweetie can be served with dessert, cheeses, fresh fruit salad or is just fine on its own. The name â€˜Stump Jumpâ€TM pays homage to a significant South Australian invention â€" the Stump Jump plough. As well as clearing the land around McLaren Vale, it was adopted worldwide in the late 19th century because of its ability to ride over stumps and gnarled roots, saving valuable time and energy. The fruit is picked from a range of vineyards in the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. The botrytis affected grapes were picked late in the season when fruit flavours and botrytis complexity were at an optimal point. Fermentation is long and cool (as in temperature, not