2016 Clarence House Estate Chardonnay

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2016 Clarence House Estate Chardonnay

Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
$26.99 Bottle
Minimum 12 bottles
  • Cellar Drink Now - 4 years (2018-2022)
  • ABV 13%
  • Closure: Stelvin

Brilliant pale straw to straw colour with a glimmer of green around the outskirts and a watery hue. Aromas of nectarine and grapefruit are overlaid by gun flint characters with faint notions of biscuity nougat and mineral also evident. Light to medium weight with an elegant, subtlety creamed mouthfeel the palate dispenses flavours of ripe nectarines tinged with hints of grapefruit over infusions of gun flint, faint dried honey and biscuity nougat. Dry, fresh finish with an aftertaste of ripe nectarines, biscuity nougat, subtle dried honey and gun flint elements.
Drink over the next 3-4 years.
Alc. 13%

Other Reviews….
I’ve been away a few days, and foolishly left this wine in the main fridge (not the white wine fridge), so found it open though nearly 2/3 full. We *think* it was opened on Monday night (it’s Wednesday now), or possibly Sunday. Well, that’s two or three days, but the wine tastes pretty good. Where’s Fluffy Hair Adair when you need him.
Fine but flavoursome, with apple and citrus, a whiff of sulphide/struck match complexity, fennel, and spicy oak in discreet mode. There’s a nice energy and crunch, flinty feel, and a tight finish of impressive length. Style plus, and more importantly, a lovely thing to drink. Drink 2017-2023.
94 points
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front