Aromas of white peach and cashew nut perfumed with bath talc, lemon zest and citrus nuances. The palate has good intensity with a creamy texture, crisp acidity, great balance and long finish.
- SA - Eden Valley
- South Australia
Winery Tasting Notes
Pale straw in colour with lime hues.
The sweet, fragrant nose exhibits pear, citrus and clove and is complex and tight with nougat and yeasty hints.
The rich, full palate is soft and textural with great balance and intensity and a long crisp finish.
Exceptional vintage, drink now to 2012.
Eden Valley is located in the cooler South Mount Lofty Ranges, east of the Barossa Valley, with an altitude of 450-500m, rainfall of around 700mm and well-drained soils consisting of sandy loam over clay. The Cranes Chardonnay has taken its name from Charles Crane, who pioneered the region at the source of the North Para River near Eden Valley in 1866 and after whom the village of Craneford was named.