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Angove Red Belly Black Chardonnay

Cracka Review

Medium straw in colour, the brilliant pale gold hues are highlighted in the glass.

Aromas of peach and nectarine, ripe melons and toasty oak swirl around in a hedonistic display and precede a palate abounding in ripe tropical fruits. Roasted cashews and lightly toasted oak characters intermingle on the long soft finish.

Winemaker's Notes

Medium straw in colour, the brilliant pale gold hues are highlighted in the glass.

Aromas of peach and nectarine, ripe melons and toasty oak swirl around in a hedonistic display and precede a palate abounding in ripe tropical fruits. Roasted cashews and lightly toasted oak characters intermingle on the long soft finish.

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Angove Red Belly Black Chardonnay

Expert Reviews

WINESTATE (2007 Vintage) says
Complex nose with appealing grassy, peachy and yeasty characters. Long, lingering palate brims over with flavours of toasty oak, well matched by zesty citrus fruit.
Winestate 20082009
James Halliday (2006 Vintage) says
An attractive wine, with good finesse and focus to the melon and nectarine fruit; good oak integration.
Australian Wine Companion 2009 2008
92
Ken Gargett (2006 Vintage) says
I have nothing against snakes. I used to keep them as a kid until one got loose in my sister's room, which went down about as well as you'd imagine. But really, what would possess an otherwise rational, competent company—whose wines I have enjoyed often over the years—to make a tight, nutty, slightly barrel-influenced chardy with a lovely crisply etched finish and then name it after a poisonous reptile? Maybe all the marsupials were taken.
Don't Buy Wine Without Me 2008 2007
88

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