Bright and crisp, slightly oaked (100% fermented in old-neutral French puncheons), and lower in alcohol than most of Chards out there, this single vineyard wine is all in finesse. It reminds me of a fine New Zealand Chardonnay. On the nose, aromas of ambrosia apple, apple pie, pineapple and white flowers. The palate is directional, zippy and energetic offering flavours of citrus, yellow apple, grilled pineapple, wet stone and a long crispy finish highlighting a light white pepper and cardamom sensation. This wine has a second personality when tasted at a warmer temperature, delivering layers of orchard fruits and Meyer lemon. This is a versatile Chardonnay and offers a great price-point and a fresh expression of the varietal.