Confusingly mistaken for the Albarino grape variety in Australia for many years until 2009 when it was discovered to be Savagnin. Mainly grown in the Jura region of eastern France here in McLaren Vale it excels. Early picked to retain its natural acidity it has aromas of white peach, lemon and cumquat. It's a crisp peachy number, that also shows scents of citrus and pears. The palate is light to medium-bodied, with bright lemony flavours, zippy acidity, and a refreshing finish.