$52.25 in any six
$58.89 in any six
$68.99 per bottle
Giaconda Nantua Les Deux is a seductive wine that has a superb mineral quality balanced by lush underlying fruit. The nose is similar to the Giaconda Estate Chardonnay, with oatmeal, hazelhuts, matchstick and lingering minerality on the palate. A dollop of Roussane adds some intriguing complexity to this stunning wine.
...gorgeous aromas of apricots, oatmeal, a bit of struck match, acacia honey and a touch of apple tart. Medium-high acid on the concentrated palate enlivens the lovely combo of silken texture and chalkiness.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 93 points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW
This seductive wine has a superb mineral quality balanced by lush underlying fruit. The nose is similar to the Giaconda Estate Chardonnay, with oatmeal, hazelnuts, matchstick and lingering minerality on the palate.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 93 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Classic Beechworth chardonnay with a dab of roussanne. It's typically complex with almond, melon and white peach aromas, touch by a smoky, struck-match note. There's also a slightly chablis-like mineral quality rarely seen in Australian chardonnay. It has beautifully sustained, savoury flavour, creamy texture and a fragrant finish.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 4½ stars
Source: Epicure - The Age
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