Petaluma White Label Chardonnay

Petaluma use their impressive vineyard holding in the Adelaide Hills to produce a Chardonnay that shows poise and precision. Sourced from vineyards in Lenswood and Balhannah and then fermented in a combination of one and two year old French oak as well as stainless steel. Lees sturring helps add complexity and texture while the cool-climate fruit adds minerality and freshness.

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Trademark wet pebbles and citrus characters and a palate that unveils white peach and oyster shells over time. Clean and pure with flavours drawn out by mouth watering, steely acidity. The Petit Chablis appellation forms the base of the Chablis (Chardonnay) appellation hierarchy. Situated on the plateaux in clay and limestone soil deriving from Portlandian geological times, the Petit Chablis constitute a panoply of wines whose expressions range from the fresh and lively with fruity aromas best enjoyed young.

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