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1889 Chardonnay 2019

$18.00

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A cool climate crisp Chardonnay from Tasmania.

Golden colour in the glass with a youthful green hue; lovely aromas of melons and pear. Crisp and vibrant with fresh stone fruit flavours and a long satisfying finish. Balanced oak handling adds interesting nutty characters to the wine.

Description

Vineyard Region: Tasmania
Colour: A clean straw colour in the glass with a youthful green hue
Aroma: This Chardonnay shows lovely aromas of stonefruit and citrus
Palate: On the palate the wine is tight and crisp with fresh honeydew melon flavours and a long complex finish. The balanced oak handling adds interesting nutty characters to the wine.
Peak Drinking: Until 2024

Recommended food pairings: This stylish Chardonnay would be lovely with a pan-fried chicken breast wrapped in prosciutto drizzled in the cooking juices and served with a garden salad. Alternatively, it would be a good accompaniment to a mild soft rind cheese such as brie or camembert.

Growing Conditions: Fruit for this wine was sourced from our Tasmanian vineyards, located in the Tamar Valley and on the East Coast. It was harvested through February and March at a baumé level ranging from 12 to 13.

Winemaker: Tom Wallace

Winemaking notes: Thirty percent of this wine was fermented and aged for nine months in French oak, of which 10 percent was new. The wine was bottled with an alcohol of 12.7%, a pH of 3.25 and an acid level of 6.3g/L.

Delivery Information

All our products are shipped from our Winery in Milawa, VIC.


Delivery ETA:
 3 to 10 business days pending postcodes.

Zone (defined by postcode) Aramex Australia Post
Albury/ VIC Country $12.00 $15.00
Melbourne $16.00 $12.00
Sydney, ACT $12.00 $16.00
NSW Country $16.00 $16.00
Adelaide, Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast $16.00 $16.00
QLD / SA Country N/A $20.00
Tasmania N/A $25.00
Perth, Country WA N/A $20.00
NT N/A $36.00


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