Categorized | chardonnay, Yarra Valley

Gembrook Hill Chardonnay 2006

Gembrook Hill’s chardonnay is wild yeast fermented and matured in 25 percent new French oak. The vineyard is at the more elevated, southern (cool) end of the Yarra Valley – indeed, when they first planted, many thought they wouldn’t be able to get grapes ripe – so it’s no surprise that the alcohol level is modest.

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Alcohol : 12%
Price : $38
Closure : Diam
Drink : 2010 - 2015
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