Dorrien Estate Vine Vale Road Series Barossa Chardonnay 2014
  • Ultra-premium Barossa Chardonnay
  • Beautifully structured and elegant
  • Excellent with tomato based seafood

Dorrien Estate Vine Vale Road Series Barossa Chardonnay 2014 x12

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An exceptional Barossa Valley Chardonnay sourced from selected, premium growers. It has lovely fresh fruit up front but is underscored with spicy oak and an elegant structure, with a fabulously long finish. It has staying power too, and will offer great drinking over the next few years. Enjoy with seafood and it'll exceed all your expectations!

Wine Region

Barossa, South Australia.

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Squid stuffed with spinach rice and tomato sauce.

Oak

12 months French and American oak.

Colour

Pale straw with glints of green.

Nose

Fresh peach and nectarine fruit aromas with hints of limes.

Palate

Fresh stone fruit aromas underscored by integrated toasty oak notes combine with a crisp palate balanced acidity giving a beautifully well structured and lengthy finish.

Background

All growers have a vision to grow the best grapes possible and for those grapes to be transformed into a wine of character and quality. This Chardonnay celebrates the growers who have contributed their collective labours towards realising such a vision. This wine was made using fruit from Barossa, South Australia.

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