Fresh aromas of crisp lime entwine with hints of cashew and brioche, finishing with flinty oyster-shell characters. A creamy mid-palate sits well with citrus and subtle stone fruit flavours, balanced with seductive French oak, delighting on a tight finish. Cellaring potential of 5-8 years. 12.6% Alc/Vol.
Winefront Review: 91+ points
Chardonnay from Dixonâ€™s Creek in the Yarra Valley. All fermented wild. 20% mlf. Bottled in November 2017 so it wasnâ€™t in oak for any great long time.
Low alcohol style though it serves up a decent amount of flavour. This is good to drink. It tastes of pears and peaches, citrus too, with oatmeal and custard-cream aspects cooing over the top. Itâ€™s not a punchy or weighty style but itâ€™s juicy and more-ish. Thereâ€™s a whisper of stuck match too; not much but enough. Nice one.
This wine is best enjoyed
Shooting the breeze with loved ones, long lunches, catching up with friends, mid-week refresher.