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Black Wattle Bwv Mt Benson Chardonnay Magnum 2017
  • Elegant, refined cool climate Chardonnay
  • From award winning winemaker Neil Doddridge
  • Concentrated stone fruit and well balanced acidity

Black Wattle Bwv Mt Benson Chardonnay Magnum 2017 x6

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Black Wattle was one of the first producers to establish vineyards in the cool, rugged Mount Benson region, in the early 1990s. Its wines consistently win awards and praise from all corners. This elegant Chardonnay is a stunning example of the Black Wattle style, with concentrated stone fruit and well balanced acidity.

Wine Region

MOUNT BENSON

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Pork fillets with spicy apple sauce.

Oak

12 months in one & two year old french oak barrels

Colour

Mid gold with a green hue.

Nose

Lifted peach, nectarine fruit complimented with roast cashew & toast from fine french oak.

Palate

Rich, full bodied, concentrated fruit of peach, melon, wet stone, well balanced acidity.

Background

South Australia's Limestone Coast is beginning to encroach on Coonawarra's uniqueness. There is no doubt that Coonawarra is this areas most renowned but coming from behind Padthaway, Wrattonbully, Robe and Mt Benson are all proving to be worthy contenders to the heavyweight title.

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