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Black Wattle Mt Benson Chardonnay 2013
  • Fine, elegant cool climate Chardonnay
  • Necatrine, cashew and melon characters
  • Stylish white that impresses with every sip

Black Wattle Mt Benson Chardonnay 2013 x12

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Black Wattle was one of the first producers in the cool, rugged Mount Benson region. Its wines consistently win awards and praise from all corners. This elegant Chardonnay is a stunning example of the Black Wattle style, with pristine stone fruit, citrus and green melon notes.

Awards

1 Bronze

Wine Region

MOUNT BENSON

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Pork fillets with spicy apple sauce.

Oak

French oak.

Colour

Pale gold with a straw hue.

Nose

A bouquet of nectarine fruit with spicy cinnamon hints and cashew nut characters from top quality oak.

Palate

Lemon and peach fruit flavours precede a hint of spice cashew nuts followed by long and generous character of rockmelon on the back palate.

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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