With fruit sourced from our own estate Teaching Vineyard, this stainless steel tank fermented Chardonnay is clean and vibrant with green apple, lime juice and white grapefruit pith displayed prominently on the nose, with hints of wet limestone and wax lingering in the background. On the palate this wine is medium-bodied, crisp, dry and tightly structured.
Appearing straw yellow with green highlights, this fresh, fruity wine shows lots of ripe stone fruit, gooseberry, citrus and sliced golden apple on the nose. The palate is lightly off-dry and echoes the bright fruit of the nose.
This fresh, fruity and aromatic white was fermented in stainless steel tanks and matured on light lees for 7 months before racking, and has retained all of the ripe, vibrant flavours provided by the sunny, warm growing season. The nose offers up ripe stone and tropical fruit flavours, attractive floral notes and a hint of spice, and the palate balances fresh acidity with solid weight and body.
This wine was fermented in both older French oak barrels and stainless steel tanks, and matured for 6 months before blending. The nose shows classic aromas of zesty citrus and citrus peel, green apple, gooseberry and fresh pea shoots. The palate is bright, fruity and floral with vibrant acidity and steely mineral character.