Colour: A vibrant and pristine light golden straw with green tinges.
Aroma: The wine offers a complex array of fruit aromas of white peach, grapefruit and nectarine.
Palate: The wine is tightly packed full of fine fruit flavours of grapefruit and other citrus and white peach. Lees stirring has beautifully integrated the fruit and natural acidity in the wine, giving the wine balance and a savoury mid palate richness.
Ageing: Whilst enjoyable now, this wine will reward careful cellaring for up to 6 years.
The region: Macedon is the coolest grape growing region on the Australian Mainland. With the mean temperature during peak ripening of 17-18.5 degrees, similar to that of Burgundy, this region is perfect for growing both Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
Food friends: Think classic Chablis food partners such as gougeres, shellfish, goats cheese - and perfectly seasoned escargot! Also perfect with some fresh oysters, grilled fish or a Bress favourite - Italian style Chicken schnitzel and fresh coleslaw...heavy on the ‘Italian’.