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All Saints Estate Chardonnay Viognier

Cracka Review

This blend brings together the soft peachiness of ripe Chardonnay (70%) with the lifted apricot aromatics of Viognier (30%).

Really food-friendly and extremely versatile this wine is a great match for a range of bistro dishes, including chargrilled prawns, veal, chicken and a host of Mediterranean dishes. Try it with a salad of seared tuna, roasted tomatoes, green beans and olives or enjoy with tapas-style dishes or antipasto.

Fruit driven with excellent balance and structure, these ready-to-drink styles are wonderful on their own and the perfect partner for a wide range of cuisines.

Winemaker's Notes

This blend brings together the soft peachiness of ripe Chardonnay (70%) with the lifted apricot aromatics of Viognier (30%).

Really food-friendly and extremely versatile this wine is a great match for a range of bistro dishes, including chargrilled prawns, veal, chicken and a host of Mediterranean dishes. Try it with a salad of seared tuna, roasted tomatoes, green beans and olives or enjoy with tapas-style dishes or antipasto.

Fruit driven with excellent balance and structure, these ready-to-drink styles are wonderful on their own and the perfect partner for a wide range of cuisines.

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All Saints Estate Chardonnay Viognier

Expert Reviews

James Halliday (2006 Vintage) says
While the blend doesn't have much intellectual justification, it works well enough here to produce a gently fruity medium-bodied palate free of oak.
Australian Wine Companion 2009 2008
88
Nick Stock (2006 Vintage) says
Although this leads with chardonnay fruit aromas the viognier makes a strong impact, they marry well. Labelled under the estate livery, the fruit's actually from the Adelaide Hills, quite fragrant, almost tropical, ripe stone fruits, finishes with fresh apricot. Neat balance.
Good Australian Wine Guide 2009 2008
90

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