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Goodchild Eden Valley Chardonnay 2015
  • Premium cool-climate Chardonnay
  • Classic stone fruit and citrus characters
  • Great balance of complexity and elegance

Goodchild Eden Valley Chardonnay 2015 x12

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From the same region as the famous wines of Henschke, this outstanding cool-climate Chardonnay from the Goodchild family vineyards is elegant, refined and superbly balanced. A great wine for dinner parties where a touch of luxury makes all the difference.

Wine Region

EDEN VALLEY

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Pork tenderloins in plum sauce.

Oak

6 months in oak barrels.

Colour

Pale straw with light green hues.

Nose

Fresh white peach, nectarine and melon aromas along with some buttery toasty oak complexity and faint vanillin hints.

Palate

A rich and flavoursome wine that combines white stone fruit and melon characters with toasty oak, A lively palate with firm acidity, it's a smart wine for dinner parties and respectable BYO for restaurants.

Background

Three generations of the Goodchild family has been producing outstanding quality Eden Valley fruit since 1920. Situated high in the rugged eastern Barossa Ranges, the high altitude and cool climate allows a long slow grape ripening period, providing fruit with intense varietal character.

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