Estate-grown and fermented in oak, this round, mouth-filling yet fresh wine is the epitome of a Short Hills Bench Chardonnay.
Grilled salmon, crab and lobster. Wild fowl or turkey. Dishes with cream sauces or mild herb flavours. Soft cheeses.
92 points - Vic Harradine, Winecurrent.com
*Vintage subject to change without notice.
Geographic Designation: VQA Short Hills Bench
Alcohol: 12.8 %
Acidity: 6.7 (g/L)
- Made from several estate vineyards in the Short Hills Bench.
- Yields of 2 to 3 tonnes/acre (~25 to 50hL/ha).
- Barrel fermented in 1/3 new oak. The oak barrels were sourced from a combination of forests in Europe and northern North America and from several cooperages houses.
- Aged in barrel for 8 to 10 months.