2023 Reserve Orange Chardonnay

2023 Reserve Orange Chardonnay

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Winemaking:
Partially wild fermented warm in French oak to dryness; some continued with secondary malolactic fermentation to add creamy complexity and texture. Yeast less remained in barrels and regularly stirring to build texture, before being sulphured on fine lees until early December. The final wine was a blend of the best barrels. Alcohol 12.5%

Tasting Notes:
Colour |
Bright straw
Bouquet | Cool climate Chardonnay with nectarine fruit, minerality and creamy malo notes supported by integrated cashew nut oak
Palate | Textured, elegant style with understated quality French oak. The varietal white peach & nectarine fruit carries through with a long creamy fresh finish.

Enjoy with:
Antipasto, foie gras, rich soups

Cellaring:
Excellent cellaring potential; 5+ years

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Tamburlaine Organic Wine's journey to 'Contemporary Organics' began in the late '90s and continues today. We believe in continuously improving our practices in vineyards and wineries not just for the sake of fashion, but because it makes sense. Established in 1966, Tamburlaine was purchased in 1985 by a small group led by Managing Director and Chief Winemaker, Mark Davidson. With a long-term view, Tamburlaine has built a unique winemaking philosophy based on modern scientific thinking and a holistic approach to grape growing and winemaking practices. Despite challenges, Tamburlaine has emerged as one of Australia's leading organic producers.

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