Oxford Landing Chardonnay 75cl

£6.75

£6.75 per 75cl
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This brilliant, zinging, self-assured white is full of peach and citrus flavours. A pale straw beauty with a lovely whiff of nougat, nutmeg an cinnamon about it. It's a delight with just about all fish dishes.

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Oxford Landing has become a bit of a benchmark among Australian Chardonnays and with very good reason. From the moment this pale golden straw cracker pours into the glass you know you've got something a bit special. And the fruit salad of freshly cut white peaches, citrus and honeydew melon flavours with an underlying hint of nougat and nutmeg and cinnamon spice just confirm this.
For an amazing midweek treat, crack open a chilled bottle with a fish supper from the chippy - seriously fabulous!
Wine of South Australia, Our wines are sustainably grown on family owned vineyards, Estates grown and bottled
Country of Origin
Australia

Suitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians

Dietary Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
12.5
Units
9.4
Grape Variety
Chardonnay
Tasting Notes
A creamy and crisp Chardonnay with lifted aromas of freshly cut white peaches, citrus and honeydew melon. Layers of flavour build, with the slightest hint of oak and a touch of cinnamon and spice. Great with gnocchi, lemon and sage
History
Oxford Landing Estates is family-owned and committed to making varietal wines that are great value for money. Wyndham Hill-Smith founded Oxford Landing in 1958 on the banks of the River Murray, South Australia. The winery has matured into one of Australia's most innovative viticultural estates, delivering flavours that reflect the unique vineyard terroir.
Regional Information
Oxford Landing Estates Chardonnay is grown on the banks of the Murray River on a range of red sandy soils over limestone.
Current Vintage
2019
Vinification Details
Oxford Landing Estate's winemaking is focused on minimal intervention, with use of wild yeasts, malolactic fermentation, lees contact and subtle oak to give depth, complexity and personality.
Producer
Oxford Landing
Agent
John E Fells and Sons
Winemaker
Andrew La Nauze
Taste Category
2
Lifestyle
Suitable for Vegetarians; Suitable for Vegans

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28 October 2014 by 
Excellent Chardonnay !

A typical lemony chardonnay colour, a smooth velvety taste and a zingy tang at the end - with barely a taste of wood - a very drinkable chardy. Will buy again for sure.

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