$28.49 in any six
$28.49 in any six
$27.55 in any six
Wolf Blass White Label Chardonnay is the flagship white wine for the prestigious Wolf Blass winery. Released as a matured wine, this award-winning Chardonnay shows aromas and flavours of white peach and just a whiff of gunflint. Great use of French oak barriques gives the wine a lovely toasty complexity with out overt woody flavours. Right at it's precise drinking optimum, simply delicious.
Won three trophies at the Adelaide Wine Show '09. Glowing green-yellow; it has an uncommon combination of delicate, lightness of touch, and a stream of mouthwatering white peach and grapefruit flavours, all of which are far more important than winemaker artefact.
Vintage: 2007 Score: 95 points
A wine of complexity; funky Burgundian barrel ferment characters, abundant fruit, textural mid-palate, savoury notes - great length. Peak drinking 2013.
Vintage: 2007 Score: 94 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
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