David Lowe Wines Chardonnay 2014
  • Gorgeously crisp and citrussy Chardonnay
  • From the highly acclaimed David Lowe
  • The perfect match to roast chicken

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This super fresh drop is the Chardonnay drinker's answer to long, hot summer days. Medium-bodied, fresh, and approachable with a vibrant palate of tropical fruit flavour and good length, it'll go down a treat with fresh prawns or shucked oysters in a warm, al fresco environment.

Wine Region

New South Wales.

Drink Until

2016

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Pair it with freshly peeled prawns or shucked oysters for a match made in heaven.

Oak

Subtle use of oak.

Colour

Pale straw with green hues.

Nose

Lifted white stone fruits with subtle oak notes and tropical fruit characters with hints of citrus.

Palate

This is a medium bodied, fresh, very easy to drink Chardonnay with tropical fruit flavours, including white peach and fresh melon. The wine has a crisp acid backbone with good length of flavour and will drink well now or over the next two years.

Background

David Lowe is a prominent wine industry advocate. He passionately supports smart farming, rural land custodianship and regionalism. David Lowe Wines represents the culmination of these ideals and the more than 35 years David has championed the virtues of premium New South Wales wine growing regions.

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