Lighter than your average South African cab, but still holds its own with a hearty lamb stew after a day battling deadly man flu. Well priced for a five year old red into the deal.
Classic wooded, buttery Chardonnay. Unfortunately the food I had it with would probably suit a Sauv Blanc more, but still enjoyed it. Saying that, I wouldn’t be able to distinguish it from quite a few other Chardonnays.
Just like a highly strung, freshly shaved nobleman, this wine is smooth, sophisticated, delicate, and particularly fruity!