Big yellow colour that is bright in the glass. Buttery nose but not overpowering. Full mouth feel with long lasting fruit that shows its age but is still dramatic and pleasant. Probably past it's peak because it has lost its fruit fresh character but not a bad drop.
Very pale yellow in colour this Mornington Peninsular chardonnay shows very sweet, almost candied stone fruit on the nose. Almost overwhelmingly so! The palate is full bodied and it has to be said, a little cloying. Long, spicy finish. (Tasted in British Airway's T5 Lounge, LHR)
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(Stonier Chardonnay) This has a lovely nose, with lemony fruit, although with a soft, round and ripe character. There is even a little golden edge to the fruit here. The palate has delicious fruit, ripe but refined and stylish with a lovely minerality, and a fresh character. A serious wine of some substance.
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