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Chain of Ponds Millers Creek Chardonnay

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Cracka Review

Here is a value chardonnay from one of Australia's premium wine-growing regions, Adelaide Hills. It's getting quite a reputation for its Chardys, and this one shows loads of stone fruits, lemons and apples, along with some tropical fruits and toasted nuts. The palate is crisp, toasty and creamy vanillian, with citrusy acidity and a soft, dry finish. Drink it with a roast chicken and veggies, or just crack a bottle open for a casual night in with your mates.

Winemaker's Notes

The Adelaide Hills Wine Region is world renowned for producing high quality chardonnay. Fresh peach and nectarine flavours dominate the palate with balanced toasty oak and hints of vanilla. A tight citrus acid backbone gives life and structure with a touch of soft oak tannin. Good fruit weight and length make this wine a perfect accompaniment to poultry dishes or it can be enjoyed on its own.

Chain of Ponds was originally known as the valley of Millers Creek in the mid 1800s. The creek ran all the way from beyond Kersbrook to its confluence with the River Torrens near Prairie in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia.

Light golden straw with vibrant green hues. Lifted notes of peach and citrus with underlying notes of green apple and hints of pineapple and subtle tropical fruits. Balanced savoury oak aromas give a toasty lift along with a hint of vanilla and balanced creaminess.

Fresh peach and nectarine flavours dominate the palate with balanced toasty oak and hints of vanilla. A tight acid backbone gives life and structure with a touch of soft oak tannin. Good fruit weight and length make this wine a perfect accompaniment to poultry dishes or it can be enjoyed on its own.

Alcohol: 11.5%

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