In its youth dâ€™Arenbergâ€™s The Money Spider Roussanne has a brilliant mid straw colour with lifted nectarine, white peach, citrus and honey, as well as spices and a touch of gooseberry. These also dominate the young palate where nectarine and white peaches develop into citrus, honey and spice.
After some bottle ageing The Money Spider Roussanne should develop in colour to a richer bright gold. The aroma should also develop in complexity to become dominated by yellow peaches and tropical fruits and that varietal and honey and spice trademark.
In the mouth, an older Money Spider will maintain peach and honey but also be distinguished with a fine edge of acidity and a rolling, lengthy and penetrating finish for quite some considerable time.
â€˜Pyrazine, broad bean, Sauvignon Blanc-like aromas with some hints of honey, toast and nectarine. A dry and complex palate with lots of fruit and good overall balance. â€˜ Australia and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal
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