REGION: Yarra Valley
APPEARANCE: Medium straw, green edge.
BOUQUET: Fine complex, hazelnut, toast and brioche.
PALATE: Creamy mouthfeel but still vibrant and youthful, biscuity, textural and balanced.
VINTAGE CONDITIONS: 2007 was a warm year generally so both Chardonnay and Pinot Noir were harvested quite early with high natural acidity.
WINEMAKING: Fruit is whole bunch pressed directly to cask. The base wines undergo natural fermentation in older casks, full malolactic fermentation and sit on lees until spring. The cuvée is assembled from the two varietal components and tiraged for secondary bottle fermentation. The wine is left to ferment and age on lees for 5 years before hand riddling, disgorging, corking and finishing.
WINE ANALYSIS: Alc/Vol: 13.0% pH: 3.2 TA: 7.0 g/L
CELLARING: We have done this for you. Just enjoy!
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