Hawke's Bay is the oldest wine region in New Zealand and the second largest. Located at 39.4°S, in the North Island of New Zealand, our climate is maritime and similar to Bordeaux. This region is well known for their rich, complex Chardonnays
A pale straw gold.
The nose displays aromas of quince, pear and rock melon which are gently supported by a subtle oak background.
Full malolactic fermentation has added complexity and softness to
the wine without creating an overtly buttery style. This has been further enhanced by the use of older oak that allows the fruit to be expressed without being dominated by smoky aromas. The palate has a fullness to it which gives it good length while at the same time finishing quite refreshingly dry.
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