Captain Matthew Flinders chartered much of the Australian coastline before stumbling across Kangaroo Island in 1802 and naming it after the large number of native kangaroos he saw on landing. The cool, maritime conditions on Kangaroo Island, along with ancient soils allow for a slow even ripening which is perfect for this 'Reserve’ Chardonnay.
It shows an array of tropical fruit aromas, subtle oak and an elegant fruit driven palate, with grapefruit-like acidity.
“There’s an ample ripeness to the fruit, with yellow peach and a touch of honeydew melon leading the way, supported by nutty, mealy oak. The palate is nicely rounded, and the acidity is unobtrusive although it’s clearly contributing to the freshness of the finish.” Steve Creber.
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93 Points James Halliday Wine Companion 2020
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