Apricus Hill Denmark Chardonnay 2020

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Well this is a punchy example of Australian cool climate Chardonnay with plenty to offer both now and over the medium term. Right now it is full of vibrant, energetic fruits – tangy nectarine and citrus aromas are well matched to cashew barrel ferment and vanillin oak – it’s surprisingly rich for Great Southern. Nothing changes on the palate with a powerful core of juicy and complex fruit driven hard by a burst of acidity, with oak well integrated, before a long and crisp finish. It’s a little tightly packed right now and will be better in a couple of years. But if you want to enjoy it now a local Rock Lobster would not go astray.

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