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. 12.3% Alc/Vol.
95 points in 2021 Halliday Wine Companion
"This is a fine mid-weighted Chardonnay. Transparent, precise. Hewn across a beam of reductive tension and judicious oak handling, this crunchy wine corrals apricot pith, cantaloupe and white fig into a tightly woven kernel of energy. Juicy. Nothing sour, nor brittle. A benchmark at this price, surely." Ned Goodwin
Winefront Review: 92+ points
"Chardonnay from Dixon's Creek in the Yarra Valley. Effortless chardonnay with stonefruit, toast, nougat and oatmeal flavours purring through the palate. It has satisfying volume but it's all about the finish, which lingers appreciably. Very nicely done." Tasted: July 2019. Drink 2020 - 2024.
This wine is best enjoyed
Shooting the breeze with loved ones, long lunches, catching up with friends, mid-week refresher.