Tscharke Girl Talk Savagnin 2020


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Barossa Valley, Australia


The wines of the 2020 vintage are proving to be of exceptional quality, despite the challenging growing season and very low yields.

Winter rainfall was below average but a warm start to spring gave rise to even budburst and minimal frost events. The growing season was hampered by unseasonably high winds that delivered the biggest blow to the season, at flowering. Dry conditions and extremely high temperatures coupled with the strong winds destroyed up to 70% of flowers in some vineyards; Shiraz is the worst affected.

The ripening conditions were ideal, moderate temperatures and minimal rain provided a very low risk of disease pressures. Supplementary irrigation was critical in nurturing the health of the vineyards and encouraging favourable fruit ripening. The general quality of wines from 2020 has proven great to exceptional; rich in flavour, strong colour and ripe tannins. Many of the wines formed balance early during fermentation and those well-structured will age well. Standouts varieties include Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Shiraz and Montepulciano.


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Serving Temp.
8-10 °C

Tasting Profile

A delicate bouquet of citrus peel, yellow flowers, and subtle minerally tones that give a nice depth.
The palate is zingy yet juicy; flavours of lime and Granny Smith apple give way to a more herbaceous and nicely textured finish. Don’t be fooled by its delicate and pretty first approach, this wine has character.

Tscharke Girl Talk Savagnin 2020

Tscharke Girl Talk Savagnin 2020

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