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Riversdale Estate Grown Tasmania Chardonnay 2016
  • Exceptional Tasmanian Chardonnay
  • From a boutique winery
  • Tropical fruits balanced with fresh acidity

Riversdale Estate Grown Tasmania Chardonnay 2016 x12

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Riversdale is the only vineyard in the Coal River valley with a water frontage giving it a unique microclimate that produces outstanding wines. This fresh, fruit-filled Chardonnay has tropical fruits balanced with crisp acidity, finishing with good persistence of flavour.

Wine Region

TASMANIA

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

A goats cheese, pancetta and mushroom pizza.

Oak

9 months new and used French Oak hogsheads

Colour

Bright light green hues.

Nose

Floral, citrus, herbal notes (nuances of passionfruit & gooseberry aromas)

Palate

A fresh fruit filled palate with tropical fruits balanced with crisp acidity and finishing with good persistence of flavour.

Background

Riversdale Estate is a small, boutique winery situated in Tasmania's Coal River Valley, just a short drive from Hobart, run by husband and wife winemaking team Ian and Wendy Roberts. Tasmania's cool climate is perfect for producing deeply-flavoured Sauvignon Blanc, and this one is no exception.

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