Barwang The Wall New South Wales Chardonnay 2015
  • Stylish NSW Chardonnay, full of character
  • Citrus and stone fruit flavours
  • Winery rated 5 red stars, James Halliday

Barwang The Wall New South Wales Chardonnay 2015 x6

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From 5 Star Halliday rated Barwang, this Chardonnay has deliciously creamy and textural elements that add to its palate of white stonefruit and citrus notes on an endlessly elegant finish. Try it with grilled salmon and lemon butter sauce for the perfect combination.

Wine Region

NEW SOUTH WALES

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Grilled Salmon cutlet with lemon butter sauce.

Oak

Subtle use of oak.

Colour

Pale to yellow straw.

Nose

Fresh and vibrant with notes of white peach, surrounded by zesty citrus and hints of melon. The subtle and integrated oak characters add complexity.

Palate

Flavours of white stone fruit and hints of citrus pair seamlessly with a lively yet supportive acid profile which provides great length. Creamy textural elements and subtle oak give the wine a soft mouthfeel and an enjoyable finish.

Background

Named in honour of the Great Dividing Range that dominates New South Wales topography. With variations in altitude and climate, the state can claim greater winemaking diversity than any other in Australia. Affectionately known as "The Wall', the range runs the the entire length of the coast and protects so many of the vineyards.

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