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Rothbury Estate Grey Label Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2017
  • A stunning Chardonnay from Tumbarumba in NSW
  • Nectarine, citrus and spice flavours
  • Brisk acidity ties the whole package together

Rothbury Estate Grey Label Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2017 x12

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Tumbarumba in southern NSW is fast becoming a mecca for lovers of cool climate Chardonnay. The region borders the Snowy Mountains, and produces tightly coiled wines that blossom with age.

Wine Region

TUMBARUMBA

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Roast chicken with creamy potato salad.

Oak

Tank & New French oak.

Colour

Pale golden yellow colour with green hues.

Nose

Rich, ripe tropical fruit aromas with hintis of citrus and peach complexed with well integrated subtle oak.

Palate

Partial barrel fermentation complement the complex stonefruit and pineapple fruit and oak integration. A fresh, clean wine with great persistence of elegance and flavour with a zesty acid finish.

Background

Winemakers Gerry Sissingh, Mike De Garis and David Lowe get to see every bunch of grapes that comes through the winery and months later get to sample every wine that is crafted from the fruit. These wines have been sourced only from Tumbarumba in New South Wales and displays excellent characteristics.

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