FLORENCE BROADHURST WALLPAPER WINE
The late Australian designer Florence Broadhurst once said, ‘I create so I know I am alive’. At the age of 60 after an international career, Florence, who grew up in outback Queensland, began creating luxury hand-printed wallpaper designs that are today revered around the world.
Inspired by Florence’s creativity, timeless style and ability to redefine herself, De Bortoli Wines has created a limited release Botrytis Semillon wine designed to catch the eye and taste buds of trend setters. One of Florence’s grandest and most iconic designs is her ‘Japanese Floral’ stylised lotus, recognisable by its dramatic scale and unique style. Featuring two different versions of this design, this limited edition De Bortoli Botrytis Semillon perfectly reflects Florence’s whirlwind of creativity.
De Bortoli Wines has pioneered the way with Noble One, which has been the benchmark of Australian ‘Botrytis’ sweet wine since 1982 and to this day it is one of the most awarded wines in history. The worldwide recognition of the Florence Broadhurst brand with her diverse, timeless and reinterpretable designs and De Bortoli’s global and extensive range of wines are a synergistic fit for two iconic Australian brands.
While featuring the same varietal as our world-famous Noble One Botrytis Semillon from our Bilbul Estate in Riverina of New South Wales, this limited release is a lighter, more sessionable style evoking a striking balance of fresh citrus characters and refreshing acidity, so it can be enjoyed at any occasion.
In true fashion style, in addition to the two limited edition label designs, De Bortoli Wines has released 100 bottles of a Signature Release design worldwide for consumers to hunt and collect all three. More details will be released on this mystery label in the coming weeks. Here’s to making a fashion statement with a true category disruptor – De Bortoli Botrytis Semillon by Florence Broadhurst!
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