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2017 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Chardonnay
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2026-2028)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Brilliant very pale straw in colour with greenish tinged edges and a watery hue. Soaring from the glass are potent aromatics of fleshy white peaches, nectarine and light dried honey all subtlety infused with cinnamon. Adding further interest are notions of biscuit, citrusy nougat characters and faint gun flint. Powerful and rich yet remarkably fresh and finessed at the same time, fleshy white peach, nectarine and delicate grapefruit flavours fill the mouth over a background of dried honey, citrusy nougat characters, biscuity oak and infusions of gun flint. Outstanding depth with a long elegant, gently creamed tinged finish that sees the appearance of a light roasted almond element.
Cellar 6-8 years.
This achieves another step up the quality ladder for Leeuwin Estate, seemingly impossible. There's been no change in the vinification, nor in the vineyard. The change is an increase in the intensity of the flavours, and hence their length and aftertaste. It's an extraordinary wine, among the greatest of Burgundy (and elsewhere in the world). Whatever you expect from its future development will be delivered. Drink by 2032.
James Halliday - Australian Wine Companion
Sometimes you just have to lean back and marvel.
The art of Margaret River chardonnay. This is it. You don’t just drink a wine like this, you set it in your mind as a benchmark. It’s a wine built on power, texture and length, centre-half forward, centre-half back and ruck, with acidity roving through and fragrance cheering loud. That seduction up front, that pure fresh peach, that huge energetic push through the back half. Blimey Charlie the crushed fennel characters here are full on. It’s the frisky side of luxury. It’s damn good. Drink 2022-2030+
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front
Opens rich and lush, with grilled pineapple, ripe pear and fleshy apricot flavors. Details of mineral, lime skin and Meyer lemon add a fresh thread of acidity and a sense of precision, finishing with a note of sesame seed. Drink now through 2030.