Yard Dog. The old faithful friend. A beloved household pet the whole family adores. The quintessential companion. The same could be said for these Aussie varietals, almost every winery owns one. It is said that the personality of a dog will reflect that of its owner and the character of a wine will reflect that of its maker. But winemakers beware! If you do not pamper the pooch you may find that the hand that feeds the dog may be bitten. Beware of the Yard Dog. The aromatics initially leap from the glass with the white flowers and honey of Viognier, hailing from the Barossa and Vale. To soften the palate and add further texture a sizable dose of Currency Creek Semillon is blended. Now you have a rich and bass note like wine and a splash of Eden Valley Riesling is just what the veterinarian ordered to bring malic notes and bright acidity. The result is a wine to chug with friends or alone, outside or in, but please, never leave the bottle unattended for disappearing wine is sure to happen. Pale green straw, with subtle stonefruit and citrus notes on the nose. The leads to a generous palate flavored with white peaches and apricots yet a driving acid keeps the mouthfeel fresh and vibrant.It finishes tangy and dry, with good cut and subtle spiciness.