The Murray Darling is the second largest wine region in Australia and the name of two rivers (the Murray and the Darling) which converge in the Murray Darling Basin in New South Wales. Until the 1880's, the region was a dessert, then irrigation opened up the area to agriculture with vines being particularly suited to the climate. Today there are over 30 boutique wineries, such as Deakin Estate, Trentham, Zilzie and Chalmers producing excellent wines as well as top everyday wines.
Spee'Wah is actually shipped to the UK in temperature controlled sealed tanks, then bottled in lighter glass bottles. This not only ensures its quality, but is environmentally friendly and drastically reduces its price on the shelf.
Apples and pears predominate this lovely fresh, dry white wine. The palate stays light, though becomes a little more opulent as the wine opens up with peaches and hints of tropical fruits leading to a clean, dry finish.
Light and crisp with flavours of apples, pears, peaches and tropical fruit.