With some great juice and a good smattering of new oak to add interest and complexity this Chardonnay has come out of its shell and is showing stone fruit notes balanced with some lovely biscuit, smokey oak aromas to complete the package.
Aroma and Palate:
White peach and toasted brioche coupled with integrated toasty oak aromas, leads to a succulent, rich palate with peaches and cream, and white-fleshed nectarine laced with citrus blossom notes.
Cellaring and Food Matching:
This wine is best enjoyed young but could be cellared over the next three years.
Serve lightly chilled on its own or as an accompaniment to a wide range of dishes including white meat, poultry, pasta and fresh seafood.