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Seppelt Drumborg Vineyard Chardonnay 2007

This new Drumborg is a ‘reserve” release chardonnay. It’s come about because Penfolds/Yattarna has stopped taking the cream of Drumborg chardonnay grapes. This was all hand-picked, all natural ferment, 30 percent French oak, and 100 percent malo. The idea is that the Jaluka will be modelled on Chablis but the Drumborg will be modelled on white Burgundy. Or so I was told at the winery in late 2008. Personally I hope it continues to taste like a Drumborg Chardonnay.

This 2007 Drumborg is made from all Bernard clone chardonnay vines.

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Alcohol : 13%
Price : $44.99
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2011 - 2016
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