It is the soils of the Gimblett Gravels Vineyard that impart a finely textured mineral quality into the finished wine, unique to Chardonnay produced from this region. Finely flavoured, complex, taut.
Pale straw colour. A complex, but powerful mix of fresh cashews, cracked barley and white peach. The palate is elegant and long. The stone fruit of the nose is replaced by citrus, a lemon line that is incredibly persistent. Fantastic tension that is kept in check by complementary oak.
Roasted free-range chicken, char-grilled crayfish with fresh pasta
Warm and dry summer, wet final ripening period
39 hl/ha average