Treasury Estates Wine: A Premium Collection of Australian Wines
The grapes that are carefully selected for Treasury Estates Wines are sourced from prime vineyards across Australia. The characteristics of the grapes are influenced by several factors like climate, soil, and altitude. For instance, the grapes used for Penfolds Grange are sourced from Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale regions, known for producing intensely flavored and full-bodied grapes.
Every bottle of Treasury Estates Wine is crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail. The winemaking process varies depending on the brand and style of wine, but the commitment to quality and attention to detail is constant. The grapes are carefully harvested, crushed, and fermented to enhance the natural flavors with modern techniques. Finally, the wine is aged in oak barrels to add depth and complexity to the flavor profile of each wine.
Expect rich, full-bodied, and complex flavors of dark fruit, chocolate, tobacco, and other notes that are unique to each bottle of Treasury Estates Wine. Depending on the brand and style of wine, they can be paired with grilled meats, roasted vegetables, and cheese plates, among others.
It is recommended to serve Treasury Estates Wine at room temperature at around 18-20°C for an optimal tasting experience. On average, the alcohol content ranges from 12-15%, depending on the wine style. Generally, Treasury Estates Wine is a dry wine, although some brands may have a hint of sweetness. Be sure to check the label before purchasing.
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