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Moss Wood Margaret River Chardonnay 2012
  • 95+ points Philip White
  • 5 Star Halliday-rated winery
  • Benchmark Margaret River Chardonnay

Moss Wood Margaret River Chardonnay 2012 x12

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"There are many very famous Chardonnay-growers in Burgundy who would like to lick their sticker around this bottle ... It's seriously sensual swoon city ... distilled into a heavenly smooth unction with green melon. Perfectly drawing acidity that sucks the blood to the surface of the inside of your lips. It feels like you've been kissing all night. It is its own food. Cheap for its sublime quality." 95+ points Philip White

Wine Region

MARGARET RIVER

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

14.6%

Foods

Oak

Matured in French oak.

Colour

Pale gold.

Nose

A lifted and complex nose showing the full array of Chardonnay aromas of nectarine, blossoms, marmalade and limes. The complexity derived from long term barrel aging adds malt, roast nut, toast and cinnamon notes.

Palate

The initial impact is of generous ripe fruits, full body and smooth texture. There are generous peach, marmalade and roast almond flavours, sitting over a balanced astringency that builds the mouthfeel but doesn't impinge on the texture, so gives the wine a long, sweet, round feel.

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