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@Delectable Wine This is actually CHARDONNAY!!
Minimal sulphur added
It has a citrus scent that mingles with the hazelnut spread and the United nutmeg.
I like this a lot I must say, but I wouldn't be surprised to have telling me exactly the opposite.
It can't be everyone cup of tea, however it has a well defined character — 3 days ago
Dark berries and mineralogy
After taste of liquorice and baked radicchio
Very long, but way too bitter.
Very difficult to enjoy on its own and I can think of a food pair either
Maybe a sweet tendency dressing would help like a sweet soy sauce 🤷♂️ — 12 days ago
First vintage bottled by Majella says that back label. Great flavor and depth.
Earthy, irony, meaty, tobacco leaves, black pepper, potpourri and coriander.
Smooth, but not long.
Again a nice 1991 from a producer that had not expectations at that time. — 21 days ago
Sometimes it happens that you know it is going to be good, but as much honestly.
Texture of an aged Bordeaux which means the most refined silk.
Hunter benchmarks like leather and dried red flowers. Pencil lead, orange and watermelon rinds plus pomegranate.
Simply an outstanding wine that I wish everyone could meet one day to understand what this region can give.
1987 is indeed a great vintage there and back in those days Wyndham Estate was still up to its reputation.
George Wyndham planted the Dalwood vineyard back in 1830 with the plants handed to him by James Busby and apparently that was the first established vineyard in Australia.
The story always helps,doesn't it? — 4 days ago
Labeled Champs de Cherises Single Vineyard.
Very good, but I find it less focused and complete than the Appellation they produce.
Still absolutely above the average chardy.
Not overly oaky, you can feel the determined expression of the site with an unusual red little berry on the nose as a peculiarity. — a month ago