$28.49 in any six
$28.49 in any six
$27.55 in any six
Vasse Felix is on the cutting edge of modern style Chardonnay with their focus on lean, zippy and aromatic characters. A proven medal and trophy winning wine, the Vasse Chardonnay has delicious stone fruit and purity of acid and minerality. Has wonderful line and length that will accompany light seafood dishes wonderfully.
Intense fig, peach aromas with yeasty complexity and underlying savoury oak... richly flavoured with plenty of fruit complexity, subtle savoury notes... long acidity.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 95 points
Andrew Caillard MW
Here's a style of wine that wins trophies and gold medals at Australian wine shows. Once it was big obvious oaky things, and now it's the ultra-light, sulphide complexity, early picked styles that mainly get the pots. Some complexing struck match and tropical fruit (almost to passionfruit), citrus and grassy herbal characters. Oak is well in the background. It's a lighter, super fresh and racy style that will hold great appeal for the 'modernists'. I'm not red hot on the flavour profile (for a Chardonnay, at least) but the line and length is excellent. The especially long zippy lime juice finish garners additional points. Begrudgingly, worth 92 points, and possibly even more for others. I've described it faithfully.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 92 points
Source: The Wine Front
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