Pale straw with green hues.
Lifted aromas of grapefruit rind and lemon curd entwined with flint and yellow fruit.
Lime tart, lemon blossom and fresh pine are matched by tightly wound, edgy acidity. The wine is both complex and fresh, in the most modern way.
Has both the structure and concentration to continue to develop for at least five years from vintage.
Fruit was sourced from the Talisman Vineyard in Geographe.
The grapes were whole bunch pressed, without settling, directly to French barriques, 40% of which were new and 60% of which were one year old. The wine underwent wild fermentation and spent 8 months on lees. After fermentation, the barrels were topped and stirred only once before being lightly fined and bottled in December 2021.
- Alcohol: 14.0%
- pH: 3.23
- Acidity (TA): 7.1 g/L
Sunday roast chicken with all the trimmings.
Swan Valley Wine Show 2022
Perth Royal Wine Awards 2022
Perth Hills Wine Show 2022
Royal Queensland Wine Awards 2022
Wine Show of Western Australia 2022
Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion 2023
Delicious, as usual. This is warm and round and welcoming – it has salted yellow peach and Golden Delicious apples by the bagful. The nashi pear and white choc through the finish is close to glorious, and leads in to jersey caramels ... yes. It all shows how wonderful Geographe chardonnay can be. It is sunny and bright, even in this cool 2021 vintage.
Ray Jordan, WA Wine Guide 2023
The single vineyard is Kim Robinson’s Talisman in the Ferguson Valley. It’s a vineyard characterised by powerful punchy fruit. In this case it has been harnessed expertly so that the power is evident but it’s finished with a fine acidity. A citrussy chalky edge keeps it taught and focussed.
Single Vineyard is an exciting range for Millbrook Winery, designed to highlight the unique characteristics of only the most exceptional vineyards from across Western Australia. In addition to Chardonnay, the range features a Shiraz. Both are made in a modern, refined style to bring the purity of fruit from these amazing sites to the fore.