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Prancing Horse Estate Les Rosiers Chablis

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This little Chablis is produced by Prancing Horse on the Mornington Peninsula, and made from French fruit. Scents of lemon citrus, honeysuckle and melons decorate the nose, whilst the palate is lighter-bodied and delicate with citrus flavours, a talcy texture, and a dry, refreshing finish. It rates highly on the drinkability scale, and should drink well over the mid-term.

Winemaker's Notes

A fresh and fragrant style, with floral and fruit aromas. Fine, mid-to-light palate.

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Prancing Horse Estate Les Rosiers Chablis

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James Halliday (2010 Vintage) says
The man behind the Prancing Horse brand is Tony Hancy who makes wine on the Mornington Peninsula, Whilst dabbling in bringing in some tasty morsels from Burgundy; this elegant and fine boned offering exhibits fragrant fresh lemon, lanolin and a little honey dew; the palate is fine and linear, at the light and easy-going end of the spectrum, and will prove to be a thoroughly excellent luncheon wine option; drink early and maybe even often.
Oct / Nov
James Halliday (2008 Vintage) says
To 2012
Australian Wine Companion 2011

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