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||90 Pts Stephen Tanzer - Vinous Media||Size:||750ML
90 Pts Stephen Tanzer - Vinous Media
"Bright straw-yellow. Sexy, musky aromas of ripe peach, spices, hazelnut and roasted nutty oak; conveys a strong barrel fermentation character. Plush, silky and sweet, with generous stone fruit, spice and nut flavors given surprising lift by sound acidity and underlying minerality. Lovely texture here, with surprising life on the palate to support a few more years of development. Fills the mouth without any heaviness. I find this sweeter but fresher and less obviously oaky than the 2013 version." Reviewed February 2016
"Auntsfield Estate produces Chardonnay with finesse, restraint, honed focus and a textured mineral structure. The distinctive characteristics of ripeness, texture and minerality â qualities unique to the ancient Greywacke rock and Loess clay soils found on the property - are certainly apparent. Only the best fruit is hand-picked and hand-sorted into small picking bins where fermentation naturally starts in the vineyard. The resulting wine shows a real sense of place highlighting the mineral structure of the old clay soils of the vineyard.
"The fruit for this wine was hand harvested and whole bunch pressed, allowing clean and intensely flavored juice to be crushed from the grape. The juice was fermented in French oak barriques followed by extended barrel aging on yeast lees. Maturation allowed the oak flavors to gently integrate with the fruit and yeast lees characters and develop increased richness and complexity in the wine.
"Intense and complex, this wine displays aromas of nectarine, apricot and mandarin peel integrated with vanilla pod and hazelnut aromas from the French oak influence. The palate immediately shows ripe stone fruit flavors of nectarine, peach and dried apricot, integrated with a flinty minerality and subtle French oak influence giving hints of roasted hazelnut. A tight, well structured palate with underlying minerality gives the wine seamless length and complexity." - Distributor