Oakridge Local Vineyard Series Guerin Vineyard Chardonnay 2013

Fair to say, I drink a lot of Chardonnay. I suspect it’s one of the things Mattinson and I have in common, in that we agree it’s the best of all the white grapes. Not Riesling.

Well, this is just lovely. You really just want to neck it straight away. Ripe flavours and kind of silky and glossy with cashew and oatmeal, but also flinty, refined and precise. See, you can have your cake, and still stay trim.  Positive amount of struck match with honey, gentle oak spice, white nectarine and lime the main flavours, maybe a little fennel perfume. Has a kind of rain washed delicacy, but delivers the flavour on the finish. Superb.

Tasted : Sep14
Alcohol : 13.4%
Price : $36
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2014 - 2020
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