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There's a whole fruit bowl on the palate here: strawberries, kiwi, peach, lychee and tangerine.
Bronze Medal – International Wine Challenge
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|Type||Vegan Friendly, Vegetarian, White|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle), 75cl (Full Bottle)|
|When to Drink||Now|
The essence of capturing complexity drives the flavour profile of this Chardonnay. Structured, with many layered flavour components arising from combinations of best French oak, yeast, lees contact and the finest fruit, which all reward the palate with a kaleidoscope of tastes. This pleasing palate adventure offers hints of lychee, white peach, kiwi fruit, strawberry smoothie and golden tangerine combining to generate a memorable taste experience.Vintage conditions
Grapes arrived at the cellar in the early morning after enjoying an overnight cold room treatment. Grapes were then pressed ‘whole cluster’ in order to follow traditional Burgundian winemaking practices. Such whole cluster pressing provides the added complexity of small amounts of flavour from the stalks and skins. The clarified grape juice was allowed to settle before initiating fermentation under controlled conditions. The next phase was to transfer fermenting must to oak casks before point of peak fermentation arrived. The wine was left in barrel (20% new oak) for eight months and finally only removed closer to the moment of preparing for bottling.
A World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Conservation Champion and accredited Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) estate.
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