Is Yellowglen a prosecco?
This is a pleasingly gentle example of the Prosecco variety and has notes of white peaches.
Who makes Yellowglen?
Treasury Wine Estates
I don’t want to spoil the party, and no doubt Treasury Wine Estates, which owns the Yellowglen brand today, has paid 50-year-old pop icon Dannii Minogue a handsome fee to attach her face to the celebrations.
Is Yellowglen a champagne?
Yellowglen History Yellowglen was founded by Ian Home, the savvy businessman with a kind spirit, a love for Champagne, a vision for innovation and a desire to create something truly Australian. It wasn’t expensive and exclusive imported French Champagne, yet it wasn’t cheap and nasty local sparkling.
Where is Yellowglen from?
As Australia’s most popular sparkling, Yellowglen has become an icon of Australian celebration. The social butterfly of Australian wine, Yellowglen is naturally inquisitive, innovative and keen to embrace new trends and styles.
What does yellowglen taste like?
The fresh taste is balanced by sweet grapes, musk and a ‘touch of lemon curd’, which gives it a delicious light lemon colour. Unlike the heavier flavours of red, white is a crisp taste which is designed almost as a palate cleanser – refreshing, light and clean.
What’s the difference between Chardonnay and Pinot Noir?
Grapes used in sparkling Chardonnay – Pinot Noir wines are picked earlier than those used in still wines to maximise acidity; the style is therefore suited to cool-climate viticulture. Chardonnay adds texture and nutty and brioche flavors, and Pinot adds its myriad aromas and red-fruit notes.
Which is best Yellowglen Prosecco or Pinot noir?
Our luscious Botanics Series has something for every Yellowglen woman. The classic Vintage Pinot Noir Chardonnay is perfect for toasting life’s successes, Pink Moscato delights with sweet, luscious flavours while Yellowglen Prosecco captures the fresh, crisp flavours of this increasingly popular style.
Where was the original Yellowglen sparkling wine made?
It wasn’t expensive and exclusive imported French Champagne, yet it wasn’t cheap and nasty local sparkling. It was a brand new era of sparkling. It was in 1971 that Ian planted vines across 12 acres of the original Yellowglen site that was located at Smythesdale, 18km south west of Ballarat, Victoria.
How did the Yellowglen brand get its name?
It was a brand new era of sparkling. It was in 1971 that Ian planted vines across 12 acres of the original Yellowglen site that was located at Smythesdale, 18km south west of Ballarat, Victoria. His brand was named Yellowglen in honour of the abandoned gold mine, which had been established on the property in 1858.