19 Crimes Hard Chard

Hard Chard honours the brave contributions of the women banished to Australia with the boldest expression of Chardonnay the winery could make. Bold and strong in character, this deep rich and golden Chardonnay is filled with stone fruit aromas and a sweet textured palate. The criminally intense toasty oak notes have hints of butterscotch and honey balanced with layers of ripe fruit. This full bodied, powerful wine finishes with rich notes of butter and vanilla.

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The 20th of July 1969 is a significant day in history: not only was it the day that astronaut Neil Armstrong took one small step on the surface of the moon, but also the same day Bill Taylor travelled to, and first set foot on, what was to become their renowned family vineyard. While one stepped on the barren lunar surface, the other stepped on rich terra rossa soils with the hope and determination to craft wines to rival the world's best. Taylors One Small Step Chardonnay displays fleshy yellow peach, subtle pineapple and citrus flavours. There is a refreshing, tight acidity and a lovely clean finish.

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A well structured wine offering both elegance and generosity of flavour. Stone fruits mingled with toasted nuts provide a complex array of flavours over a core citrus backbone.

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Aromas of fresh tropical's with a concentration of balanced fruit. Added complexity comes from vanillin oak, followed by a lively finish.

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