About The Wine
The Mount Mary Triolet is a wine inspired by the great white blends of Bordeaux.
The vineyard is planted to 75% Sauvignon Blanc, 20% Semillon and 5% Muscadelle. Each variety is picked at perfect ripeness, then vinified in essentially the same way as their Chardonnay with 100% barrel ferment (in mostly older oak), some solids from firm pressing and lees stirring employed over the 11 months it rests in barrel before bottling.
The 2013 Triolet is a textbook example of this cult favourite wine. It's concentrated, yet balanced. A warmish season in the Yarra allowing plenty of flavour development and pristine acidity through the wine.
With 95 points from James Halliday and 94 points from Campbell Mattinson, this is a top example of why this is considered one of the country's finest examples of the Bordeaux Blanc style.
About Mount Mary
One of the great Australian domains is in the form of its life with young Sam Middleton as head winemaker.
The list of accolades for the great Mount Mary is long and rich. They are one of the country's most celebrated and collectable family-owned estates.
From the impossible balance of the iconic Quintet and Triolet blends to the scintillating Chardonnays and the rare and almost mythical Pinot Noir, there is not a hair out of place in the Mount Mary line up.
With Sam Middleton in charge of the winemaking process, Mount Mary is entering its second golden age as one of the jewels of the Yarra Valley.