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2019 Tolpuddle Vineyard Chardonnay
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- Cellar Drink Now - 6 years (2020-2026)
- ABV 13%
- Closure: Stelvin
Brilliant very pale straw colour with a greenish tinge around the outskirts and a watery hue. The nose presents a refined sniff of white peach, nectarine and light dried honey gently infused with gun flint that shows plenty of intensity out of the glass. Biscuity oak, nougat and spice notes chime in for additionally complexity. Very elegant and fresh yet with delicate creaminess to the textural feel, there’s an understated power to the nectarine and white peach fruits which are featured over a back drop of biscuity oak, light infusions of gun flint, dried honey, traces of spicy cashew and nougat. Superb length finishing dry with focused acidity and a long detailed aftertaste that shows plenty of finesse.
Drink over the next 5-6 years.
This has power and complexity and the right grade of reductive flair, overlaid on fresh yellow grapefruit and peach with flint and wet chalk, as well as attractive oak in the background. The palate has mouthwatering white-peach and lemon flavors with a deep draw of acidity that drives the finish in really deep, precise and fresh. Lip-smacking resolve here. Elegance, poise and whip-cracking freshness. Drink over the next six years. Screw cap.
The filigree structure is a study in delicate balance between pure varietal character, site differentiation and winemaker vision. Lean and bony, its fruit is bound in a taut frame of citrus-tinged acidity, yet the finely drawn flavours show unusual intensity and persistence. Keep looking beyond the pastel sketch of white peach and lemon, and deep down there’s struck flint, a hint of seasoned oak, a lick of wet granite – nothing overt, nothing that doesn’t add to the sum of the parts.