A classic Méthode Traditionelle blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, this wine exhibits elegant honey and apple characters on the nose with a bread and nutty complexity on the palate that gives weight and length to the finish.
- TAS - Tasmania
Preserved lemon, honey, spice, butter and marzipan conspire in a rich and full-flavoured sparkling of considerable presence. It holds impressive poise in balancing zesty citrus with toasty development and honeyed dosage. A creamy bead carries a long and even finish. 92 points, - Tyson Stelzer Gourmet Traveller December 2014
Winery Tasting Notes
Golden straw with fine persistent beading.
Fresh cut lime, with hints of honeycomb and complex yeast.
Ripe lemon and orange peel combine with brioche and nougat. Subtle hints of hazelnut and shiitake mushrooms complement the toasty underlying complexity. The delicate acidity and finely structured palate create a wine of great length and balance.
The wine was cellared for 6 years so that it can be enjoyed now, however further bottle age will reward those who enjoy the complex toasty characters develop by further ageing.
Classical pairings such as oysters, fresh fruit, pastries and strong cheese.