What you lose on the swings you pick up on the roundabouts seems to be a nicely philosophical way of making wine, not always an exact science, you have to take what nature gives you and let winemaking do the rest. This shows all the hallmarks of a Margaret River Chardonnay with melon, peach and nectarine before a creamy textured palate that’s got fine persistence. Do yourself a favour and match this with some pan-fried fish.
Colour: Pale green
Aroma: Lifted attractive melon fruits with hints of lifted nectarine. Subtle canillin oak in the background adds complexity and depth to the overall impression of a well crafted wine.
Palate: Dry and medium bodied, the wine has fine initial Chardonnay flavours that lead to a generous and creamy middle. The palate is quite textured and structured and has a fine persistent finish.
Food: Barramundi with mango salsa
Winestate Magazine, Mar/Apr
The West Australian Wine Guide
Australian Wine Companion 2012
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