Bourke Street wines are made by Nick O'Leary and Alex McKay. The focus is on fruit from high quality vineyards made to express typicity of the grape and region.
- NSW - Other New South Wales
- New South Wales
Faint aromatics of stone fruits, melon and lathed wood. There is a toasty, mellow sweetness breezing through the aromatics, and the same is found in the palate again. Feels very clean, slippery with glossy but integrated oak, soft almost creamy too, then yields to acidity in the lithe, fresh finish. Full of fruit vitality. Bucks the trend for the price to deliver linearity and a little finesse. $22? Madness. 92 points. Drink: 2011-2016+' Mike Bennie, Winefront August 2011
The creaminess and drinkability of tthis Canberra District chardonnay are its strong points. Add to that fresh citrus/white peach aromas and flavours and it's difficult to stop at one glass.' Winewise, Vol. 27 No. 3 August 2011
Winery Tasting Notes
A bouquet of white flowers, grapefruit and flint yield to a fine, harmonious palate closing with fresh citrus acidity.