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2018 Competition - Medium Bodied Dry White Wines

Gold Award Winner

Coward & Black Vineyards - Chardonnay - 2016
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Country Of Origin: Australia

Wine Style: Medium Bodied Dry White Wines

Grape Variety: - 100%

Geo Indicator or Region: Margaret River

Typical Retail Price: AUD$34.95

Alcohol: 12.3% v/v

Sugar: NIL g/ltr

Customer Relations Person: Daniel Robe



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Judges' Comments
Kym Milne
Complex, nougat, touch of struck match, ripe peach and sweet oak aromas. Fairly rich wine, slightly tart edge, creamy and long

Warren Gibson
Lifted with some wood volatility. Lean and acidic. Similar with the dish

Meg Brodtmann
Lemon pith, wet stone, flint, smoky aromas with some unripe nectarine. A linear palate with lovely smoky flavours underscored by some just ripe stone fruit. Tight acid finish suggest the wine will be good with food. Another delicious pairing.

Dr Ken Dobler
Excellent light straw green colour. Really complex nose with yeast notes, struck match elements and some nice primary fruit aromas. Lovely elegant palate with richness and complexity without being overdone. Beautiful length of flavour which pairs beautifully with food.

Brent Marris
Lovely creamy coconut aromas with hints of yeast lees and oak. A hint of citrus on the mid palate gives the wine good structure and finish. A great match with the fish as the creaminess and acidity real give the wine balance.

Ying Tan
Creamy nougat like rosewater spicy oak nose. Full, dry, lemon acid backbone, oak dominated. Dry, creamy oak finish. With the snapper the oak continues to be emphasized, but lemony character emphasized.

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