Granted it’s a long name.  But it’s a great wine, made from a pretty interesting combination of Riesling (55%) Sauvignon Blanc (17%) Marsanne (16%) Roussanne (12%).  If you think about it, that’s three wine regions and potentially a dozen or more countries, but it all comes from the McLaren Vale region of Australia. The wine is named for the unique plough that can ride over – but not get stuck in - the stumps and gnarled roots often found in this area. Now let’s get down to the wine itself…It’s got a great nose that comes mostly from the Riesling, but on the palate you get crispness from the Sauvignon Blanc, minerality from the Marsanne and Roussanne, and nice peach,…

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