McGuigan BIN 156 Chardonnay 75cl

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Only grapes from our finest vineyards in South Eastern Australia are used in McGuigan Bin Series

Rich, full flavoured wines bursting with varietal character are the hallmark of our McGuigan Bin series. Harvested from our finest vineyards, this Chardonnay is packed with peach and citrus fruit flavours layered with creamy vanilla and smooth oak notes.

This wine is great as an accompaniment to classic white meat dishes such as roast pork or chicken.
Wine of South Eastern, Australia
Country of Origin
Australia

Dietary Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
12
Units
9
Grape Variety
Chardonnay
Tasting Notes
Only grapes from our finest vineyards in South Eastern Australia are used in McGuigan Bin Series. Rich, full flavoured wines bursting with varietal character are the hallmark of our McGuigan Bin series. Harvested from our finest vineyards, this Chardonnay is packed with peach and citrus fruit flavours layered with creamy vanilla and smooth oak notes
History
McGuigan Wines was established to celebrate the culmination of 3 generations of wine growing by the McGuigan family. Founder Brian McGuigan adopted the central symbol of the family crest, the lion, to reflect inspiration & the McGuigan's enduring spirit & passion for producing great quality Australian wine. Today Brian's brother, Neil McGuigan, is at the helm of McGuigan Wines & continues the proud family tradition. IWSC Winemaker of the Year-2009/'11/'12/'16 & IWC White Winemaker of the Year-2009/'12/'13/19
Regional Information
Fruit was carefully selected from various regions to balance style & flavour profile of the wine. The climate is hot with high evaporation rates & generally low rainfall making irrigation essential. The climate is also continental resulting in long sunny days & noticeably cooler nights. Modern viticultural & winemaking techniques mean that the climate can be seen as one of the region's strengths.
Current Vintage
2018
Vinification Details
The fruit was crushed, de-stemmed and immediately clarified. Fermentation followed after inoculating with selected yeast strains. Fermentation was carried out on French and American oak planks at cool temperatures to retain maximum fruit characters. Fermentation lasted for 2 weeks. Post fermentation the wine was racked off the ferment lees and remained on light lees until blended.
Producer
Australian Vintage (Europe) Limited
Agent
Australian Vintage (Europe) Limited
Winemaker
Thomas Jung

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