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Faber Vineyard Dwellingup Chardonnay

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Faber Vineyard Dwellingup Chardonnay

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Ray Jordan (2011 Vintage) says
Beautiful expression of Geographe chardonnay from down at Dwellingup. Notes of butterscotch and brioche with a trace of roasted almond and meal. Love the palate feel and weight. The flavour is held with control by a crisp acid and neatly judged oak. This is a quality chardonnay ideal for the next few years.
WA Wine Guide 2013 2012
Ray Jordan (2010 Vintage) says
On the nose you get the immediate impression of a fine tight young chardonnay. The palate carries it through. It has light creamy nuances with a thread of spicy minerals and light citrus. An enticing texture holds a controlled focused palate to a very long finish. Nice wine.
The West Australian Wine Guide 2012
James Halliday (2010 Vintage) says
Vibrant green hue; a restrained and mineral-laden bouquet of grapefruit, pear and spicy oak; the palate is taut, fresh and focused, long and refreshing; unevolved and with a healthy life ahead.
Australian Wine Companion 2013 2012
Ray Jordan (2009 Vintage) says
This fruit is sourced from the cooler southern Dwellingup region. It's a thoroughly beautiful fine lean and elegant Chardonnay. Has been given the full treatment with whole bunch pressing, barrel fermentation and extended lees contact. Through this it has retained a fine delicacy in the modern idiom.
Ray Jordan's 2011 WA Wine Guide 2011
James Halliday (2008 Vintage) says
A finely crafted, elegant and, if anything, understated chardonnay that has absorbed barrel ferment and 10 months in oak with nonchalant ease; gentle stone fruit, melon and creamy nuances run the length of the palate
Australian Wine Companion 2010 2009
Ray Jordan (2008 Vintage) says
This is a new offering from Griffiths under his Faber label. The cool climate Dwellingup region shows great promise for chardonnay. This has been whole bunch pressed and barrel fermented with further lees ageing. Richly texture and quite lavish, it's a very tidy wine indeed.
Ray Jordan's 2010 WA Wine Guide 2010
James Halliday (2006 Vintage) says
A fine and fragrant bouquet; a beautifully restrained palate, with melon and nectarine fruit; whole-bunch pressed, barrel-fermented and 10 months on lees, but still towards Chablis in style.
Australian Wine Companion 2008 2007

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