Queen Adelaide has been a trusted brand in Australia since 1963. The fresh young face of a distinguished heritage, Adelaide truly is a new Queen for a new era. In 1836, the first settlers arrived in South Australia and the new Governor, Captain John Hindmarsh requested permission to name the new city after King William IV of England. The King suggested it be named ‘Adelaide’ after his Queen, and the main street was given the name of King William.
Brand Name: Queen Adelaide
Liquor style: Sparkling
Sparkling style: Brut (dry, sour, non-sweet)
Alcohol Volume: 12%
State: South Eastern Australia
Aroma: The wine has a fresh, lifted bouquet with attractive fruit and subtle yeast character.
Palate: The wine is full-flavored, yet soft and elegant, showing fresh fruit character well balanced by refreshing, lively acidity and a dry finish in traditional Brut style.