The fruit for this wine comes predominantly from the Osborn vineyard, and we use traditional winemaking inspired by Chablis to celebrate the flavours we achieve in the Moorooduc ‘subregion’ of the Mornington Peninsula, unencumbered by new oak.
Devil Bend Creek Chardonnay is fermented in old French oak and stainless steel. It undergoes a natural partial malolactic conversion and spends extended time on lees before it is bottled.
- VIC - Mornington Peninsula
Winery Tasting Notes
Pale lemon green in colour
Bright pure lemon citrus and stone fruit with a touch of nutty minerality and savoury flinty notes from extended lees contact.
Round and crisp on the palate, with delicious length and depth of flavour.
This is the perfect wine to match to a summer seafood platter, or a rich bowl of chicken soup as the nights cool down. Also great to savour with friends over a perfectly ripe, washed-rind cheese and home-made lavoche.