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A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, matured for 6 months in neutral French Oak barrels. Aromas of dark fruit greet you with secondary hints of bitter chocolate and espresso tones. That core of black fruit is continued on the palate, held together by finely grained tannins, while balanced by juicy acidity.
The color of the wine is quite pale and is 100% clear. The nose is vibrant and pungent with aromas of freshly cut apples, wet stone, citrus fruit, passion fruit and some flinty components. The palate is quite light, but overall is lively and bright [due to the acidity in the wine]. There is great minerality in the mid palate which is descriptor describing not fruit, non-herb or non-spice notes [think of a chalk board or the smell of the ocean].
"I love how vibrant this wine is and showcases how noble a varietal Chardonnay is. A great alternative to oaky, buttery versions which really do nothing to promote the grape." - Winemaker, Stephen Barnard