So picture a little bit of Burgundy and a little bit of Chablis in a bottle of Tumbarumba Chardonnay... probably can't, so think about this. The nose has all the complexities we've come to love from great Chardonany - ripe citrus, peach, honeysuckle, cooked ginger, and nuttiness - all ravelled up into one. Then there's the palate - full upfront and mouth coating yet focused and mineral from mid to back, with a bit of texture to boot. Don't underestimate this wine, it's a seriously complex wine. Decant and serve at 14 degrees.
|Product Type||Wine White Chardonnay|
|Region||New South Wales|
|Vineyard Practices||Minimal Intervention|