This is what fully emancipated Chardonnay tastes like. The magnificentally slow ripening aspects of Macedon Hills sire a style of Chardonnay that defines Victorian viticulture. Wonderfully perfumed with delightfully complex aromas of white flowers, lightly grilled nuts, grapefruits and earth. A concentrated, complex yet magnificently balanced, expansive palate, articulating its cooler origins. Grapefruit pith, citrus and floral flavours are complemented by maritime characters of melon, soft pears and figs. Oak and lees add complexity, tasty natural acidity ensures the palate finishes cleanly.