With complex aromas of grilled almonds, stone fruit and nutty oak notes, the palate displays soft peach flavours with a creamy texture. With great length and balance, this wine finishes with hints of cashew nut oak and light lemony acid.
Chardonnay seems to acquire a unique extra dimension in the Margaret River region. It is more concentrated, more complex, more viscous and tangy, yet does not become overly cloying or heavy. The voluptuous fruit lends itself to the full range of winemaking techniques and the region’s winemakers do not shirk from using them.
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Pale straw colour
Grilled almonds, stone fruit and nutty oak notes.
Displays soft peach flavours with a creamy texture. With great length and balance, finishes with hints of cashew nut oak and light lemony acid.
Enjoy with Balmain bugs halved and barbecued, drizzled with lemon and a sprinkling of flat leafed parsley.
Oven roasted chicken breast, white bean and local chorizo cassoulet.