Lawson's Dry Hills
Winemaker: Marcus Wright/Rebecca Wiffen
Alcohol: 13.5% pH: 3.44 RS: 1.3g/L
TA: 5.5g/L Brix: 22.6
This creamy Chardonnay offers ripe, juicy citrus and peach fruits wrapped in a silky, smooth texture. Fermented using wild yeasts, lees-stirred on a weekly basis and influenced by malolactic fermentation, this wine is rich yet fresh and well balanced.
Two to four years
Although delicious as a glass enjoyed on its own, this wine is great with creamy sauces, simple roast chicken or pork dishes, fresh seafood, soft rich cheeses or a creamy risotto.
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Awards & Reviews
Michael Cooper - Four stars
The 2016 vintage is an excellent example of the almost unoaked Chardonnay style. Fermented with indigenous yeasts and lees-stirred in tank, with some malolactic fermentation. It is mouthfilling and vibrantly fruity with good weight, strong, ripe citrusy peach flavours and a fully dry, slightly creamy finish.