Zilzie Tendril & Vine Chardonnay 2019 (12 x 750mL) SEA

Winemaking

The fruit was harvested in the cool of the night to preserve freshness and quality. Individual batches were cool fermented in stainless steel on French oak followed by lees stirring to give length and roundness to the palate. The wine was blended, stabilised and filtered prior to bottling.

vintage.

Vintage

The Vintage 2019 growing season was one of the driest on record. Controlled winter watering and careful monitoring of vine stress levels was key to a successful crop. Temperatures tended to be cooler in Spring and early Summer which caused a slower start to the season, as temperatures began to rise in late Jan early Feb ripening moved along a little quicker and the team were grateful the vines had sufficient canopies to protect the fruit through to maturity. The reds from this vintage show excellent depth of colour and fabulous tannins, whilst the whites display a rich array of aromatics and bright fresh fruit flavours.

The Fibonacci sequence reflects the growth spirals found in nature, just like the new tendrils on a grape vine that unravel each spring. The notion being ‘what you start with determines the end result’ which is of course the foundation of all great wines. The right combination of soil and climate with grow quality grapes, the best grapes will then give you a fabulous wine.

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Zilzie Tendril & Vine Chardonnay 2019 (12 x 750mL) SEA

Zilzie Tendril & Vine Chardonnay 2019 (12 x 750mL) SEA

Lot No: 0041-2478729

Winemaking

The fruit was harvested in the cool of the night to preserve freshness and quality. Individual batches were cool fermented in stainless steel on French oak followed by lees stirring to give length and roundness to the palate. The wine was blended, stabilised and filtered prior to bottling.vintage. Vintage The Vintage 2019 growing season was one of the driest on record. Controlled winter watering and careful monitoring of vine stress levels was key to a successful crop. Temperatures tended to be cooler in Spring and early Summer which caused a slower start to the season, as temperatures began to rise in late Jan early Feb ripening moved along a little quicker and the team were grateful the vines had sufficient canopies to protect the fruit through to maturity. The reds from this vintage show excellent depth of colour and fabulous tannins, whilst the whites display a rich array of aromatics and bright fresh fruit flavours.The Fibonacci sequence reflects the growth spirals found in nature, just like the new tendrils on a grape vine that unravel each spring. The notion being ‘what you start with determines the end result’ which is of course the foundation of all great wines. The right combination of soil and climate with grow quality grapes, the best grapes will then give you a fabulous wine. (266804-3)

$3.25
per Bottle

$39
per package

Overview

Winemaking

The fruit was harvested in the cool of the night to preserve freshness and quality. Individual batches were cool fermented in stainless steel on French oak followed by lees stirring to give length and roundness to the palate. The wine was blended, stabilised and filtered prior to bottling.

vintage.

Vintage

The Vintage 2019 growing season was one of the driest on record. Controlled winter watering and careful monitoring of vine stress levels was key to a successful crop. Temperatures tended to be cooler in Spring and early Summer which caused a slower start to the season, as temperatures began to rise in late Jan early Feb ripening moved along a little quicker and the team were grateful the vines had sufficient canopies to protect the fruit through to maturity. The reds from this vintage show excellent depth of colour and fabulous tannins, whilst the whites display a rich array of aromatics and bright fresh fruit flavours.

The Fibonacci sequence reflects the growth spirals found in nature, just like the new tendrils on a grape vine that unravel each spring. The notion being ‘what you start with determines the end result’ which is of course the foundation of all great wines. The right combination of soil and climate with grow quality grapes, the best grapes will then give you a fabulous wine.

Region:
AUS - Multi-regional
State:
Multi-regional
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

Youthful straw with green hues

Aroma

Peach, lemon and chashew with a touch of toasty oak

Palate

Nectarine and grapefruit characters, a delicious creamy texture and a crisp acid finish

Enjoy with

Pumpkin ravioli in a cream sauce, tarragon and parmesan crusted chicken or arancini balls.