This is a bright and expressive Tasmanian Chardonnay produced from Tamar Valley, Coal River Valley and East Coast fruit.
Ripe stone fruit and almond spice contribute warmth alongside a refreshing citrus acidity. The palate is richly layered with juicy peach, yellow grapefruit and fresh cashew. A small portion of this wine underwent malolactic fermentation providing a complex, round mouthfeel with just a hint of butter.
A more-ish and elegant example of some of the best Chardonnay from Tasmania.
Ripe stone fruit, citrus and almond spice create a truly elegant example of this classic variety.
Richly layered with flavours of peach, yellow grapefruit and fresh cashew.
Best enjoyed in its youth, this wine will drink well for four to five years.
2019 was an outstanding vintage with high-quality, pristine fruit showcasing the acidity that Tasmania is renowned for.
A Tamar Valley dominant blend with 10% Coal River Valley and 10% East Coast fruit adding power and complexity. Hand-picked, whole bunch pressed and fermented on low levels of solids in seasoned French oak. A range of stirring regimes was employed to develop depth and complexity. Minimal malolactic fermentation.
- Alcohol: 13.0%
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