The colour is a brilliant pale yellow with tints of green. The nose shows freshly cut yellow fleshed peaches with some underlying subtle barrel fermentation characters.
The palate is rich and full, though tightly structured, showing a combination of poached stone fruit and sweet grapefruit flavours. The wine will develop well over the next few years and the flavours will meld into a soft, clearly varietal Margaret River chardonnay.
Ideal to accompany fish, particularly whiting and shellfish as it matures, and then any full flavoured white meat.