Lawson's Dry Hills Marlborough Chardonnay 2007

Region: Marlborough
Winemaker: Marcus Wright / Dean Boyce.
Alcohol: 14.5%  pH: 3.36  RS: 2.0g/L  
TA: 7.0g/L  Brix: 24

The wine was fermented in French oak barriques and aged for nine months in barrel. The wine was allowed to under go only partial malolactic fermentation in order to retain acidity that hightlights the wines mineral texture. Citrus, white peach and toasty oak characters combine on the palate to produce a wine that has wonderful depth, length and conplexity.


This wine will age nicely through to 2011, developing toasty aged characters and added complexity.

Food Match

Moroccan chicken with chickpeas and fresh coriander.

Tasting Note & accolades (PDF)

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Awards & Reviews


RECOMMENDED - Yeasty, creamy, buttery, mineral notes. Complex, balanced. Excellent freshness and great concentration, layered and long.

Other Vintages

Lawson's Dry Hills Marlborough Chardonnay 2013
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