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Abbey View Margaret River Chardonnay 2016
  • Made by acclaimed winemaker, Adam Bennett
  • Perfectly balanced palate
  • Full of vibrant, fresh varietal fruit

Abbey View Margaret River Chardonnay 2016 x12

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Chardonnay is one of the premium varieties that does exceptionally well in Margaret River thanks to the glorious maritime climate. This one has a perfectly balanced palate, with vibrant, fresh varietal fruit and subtle oak creating a seamless, mouthfilling experience.

Wine Region

MARGARET RIVER

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Fresh lobster on toasted ciabatta bread.

Oak

Minimal oak

Colour

Pale straw green hues.

Nose

Lifted citrus and stone fruit characteristics.

Palate

Vibrant, fresh and varietal. Well balanced acid, long finish.

Background

WA produces some of the best wines in the country thanks to a glorious maritime climate. The grape crops are treated to coolish growing seasons and some of the mildest winters in Australia; long, sunny autumn days ripen them to absolute perfection and winemakers have little fear of damage from frost or rain at vintage time. Apart from gale force winds creating problems at times because of the salt they carry inland, the Margaret River is a veritable paradise for grape-growing and winemaking.

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