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2015 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Chardonnay
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- Cellar Drink Now - 8 years (2019-2027)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
Brilliant pale straw colour with a distinctive glimmer of green around the edges and a watery hue. Intense white peach, ripe nectarine and dried honey aromas meld into elements of cashew, citrus, light biscuity nougat and hints of struck match stick. Showing off wonderful finesse and class yet rich and concentrated at the same time, the palate is engulfed with ripe whites peaches, subtle grapefruit, dried honey and nectarine. Creamy yet fresh in its textural feel it combines complexing elements of cashew, citrusy nougat and subtle infusions of gun flint with the fruit. Excellent acid structure, superb power and a long driving finish that persists for minutes on the aftertaste. It’s easy to see why this wine remains in the top echelon of Australian Chardonnay.
Drink over the next 6-8 years.
Supple and creamy up front, with precision to the nutmeg, lemon curd, verbena and mandarin orange flavors, which are intense and harmonious. The elegant body and lingering accents of ginger and citrus zest elevate this white to something special. Drink now through 2028.
Generous of flavour and texture, imparted by Leeuwin's stamp of extended skin contact, an approach that demands impeccably ripe fruit. And so it is. White peach and nectarine notes are strung pitch perfect across scales of clotted cream oak and juicy acidity. Long and pliant. Each piece of the jigsaw is in perfect synchronicity. A pedigreed wine boasting an impressive track record. I have had older vintages reminiscent of top Meursault. Drink by 2027.
Ned Goodwin – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion