Grant Burge: Pinot Noir Chardonnay NV
11th May 2015
The Pinot Chardonnay Methode Traditionelle is made from a majority of fruit grown in the elevated cool climate regions of the Adelaide Hills and Eden Valley.
The grapes produced here have delicate, yet quite intense flavours, as well as the natural acidity and lean, elegant flavours that are required to make high-quality sparkling wine in the tradition of champagne.
Tinged with copper hues, the wine deals out a delightful biscuit- like nose combined with ripe strawberry and peach characters. The palate is rich and generous with a real vitality that’s heightened by the creamy mouth-feel. This is a sparkling that adapts to its environment, and as such is just as enjoyable with food as it is on its own.
The style that I aim for is one of elegance and finesse, balanced with flavour and, above all, drinkability. I believe I’ve achieved that with this wine.
Glass of Bubbly
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