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New Eden Forbidden Fruit Chardonnay Viognier 2010

Lush blend of silky Viognier and creamy Chardonnay

Lots of fruit and just a touch of oak

Wickedly delicious!

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Product Code: W3130
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Region: South Eastern Australia.
Drink Until: 2012
Varieties: Chardonnay, Viognier
Alcohol: 13.0%
Foods: Spicy Thai chicken salad
Oak: Subtle use of oak.
Colour: Straw with golden glints.
Nose: The nose is full of lifted tropical fruits from the Chardonnay component, while the lovely apricot aromas of the Viognier give it an extra fruit richness.
Palate: Soft, spicy notes from the Viognier combine with a burst of lively tropical fruit characters from the Chardonnay. The palate is crisp, dry and refreshing.

Background:

A wickedly delicious wine from the New Eden label ( this label comes from the same people who produce the majestic Avon Brae range). The New Eden Forbidden Fruit range is a masterful blending of fruit from different regions in this instance, from South Australia's Riverland region and Victoria's Murray Darling. Both regions are capable of producing some exceptional wines, so a blending of two of Australia's most popular white varieties from two of Australia's most promising regions is an exciting wine journey! Download as PDF

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