2008

Chardonnay 2015 Premium

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AROMA

The aromas present a subtle yet distinct profile, with delicate notes of varietal white peach and clove. The influence of malo-lactic fermentation, yeast lees contact, and oak aging adds depth and complexity, contributing intriguing nuances of marzipan and brioche.

PALATE

The palate is indulged with a rich and creamy texture, creating a luxurious mouthfeel. The flavors are a harmonious combination of ripe peach, grapefruit, and sweet marmalade. These elements interplay on the palate, providing a multi-layered and delightful taste experience.

ALCOHOL

13.8 VOL

CELLAR

3+ years

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Overview

The South Eastern Australia Chardonnay offers a delightful sensory experience with its subtle yet distinct aromas of white peach and clove, which are classic characteristics of the Chardonnay varietal. The wine gains complexity from undergoing fermentation and oak aging, resulting in alluring notes of marzipan and brioche. On the palate, a savory quality emerges, adding depth and intrigue to the overall flavour profile. The flavours evolve and linger, taking the taste buds on a satisfying journey. The South Eastern Australia Chardonnay beautifully combines elegance, texture, and a savory finish, showcasing the unique expression of the Chardonnay grape.

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Food pairing notes

To enhance the rich and mild flavours of Chardonnay, it’s important to choose food pairings that complement its subtle nature. When enjoying Chardonnay, consider pairing it with snacks, salads, and appetizers that bring out its best qualities. For example, roasted sweet potatoes or a grilled pumpkin salad can be delightful options. When it comes to main dishes, Chardonnay pairs well with roasted chicken, grilled pork, a variety of seafood options, and ham. For our medium-bodied oaked Chardonnay, they can beautifully accompany dishes like risotto, pasta, meatballs, and creamy soups. By selecting these complementary flavours, you can enhance your overall dining experience with Chardonnay.