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Parker Favourite Son Chardonnay 2017

Special Price $18.00 Regular Price $25.00
A gorgeously textural Coonawarra chardy from a producer rated 5 red stars by James Halliday. Creaminess and stonefruits a gogo here along with a gentle insertion of French oak and a squeeze or two of grapefruit. Perfect with seafood.
Parker Favourite Son Chardonnay
Wine Specs
Region
Coonawarra, SA
Vintage
2017
Winery
Parker Coonawarra Estate
Winemaker
Phil Lehmann and James Lienert
Bling
None yet but we like it!
Alcohol %
13.5
Size
750 mL
Parker Coonawarra Estate are much lauded, having earned 5 red stars from James Halliday and the following from Tyson Stelzer and Matthew Jukes “One of the top estates in Australia, let alone Coonawarra” .
Coonawarra, SA

Region

Coonawarra, SA

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If there is one combination to look for when browsing for a good medium-bodied red, Coonawarra, terra rosa and Cabernet Sauvignon is always a winner. Far down the line from Adelaide (about 390km southeast, a grape's throw from the border of Victoria), the name is Aboriginal for "honeysuckle", yet reds from the region are more known for flavours of plum and blackcurrant. The Coonawarra vineyard region is sparse, running along a thin 2km-wide ridge elevating it above surrounding swamp. World-renowned, this 15km stretch of red soil is so unique, it's worth looking it up on google maps and switching to satellite view to see how it is farmed. See that stri ... Read Full Article
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Chardonnay

Variety

Chardonnay

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Chardonnay sits on the fence of many a wine enthusiast. Versatile, kind in nature and oh so compliant, however for most it's still dressed in attire that's so distinctly... 90s. Shoulder pads, overalls and bike shorts saw this particular version of white wine with such a wooded vengeance, we were practically asking the chefs to take the butter out of the meals to make way for it. Thankfully however, times are a changin'. Underneath all that 90s getup reveals elegance and sophistication and Australia is doing its bit to make Chardy interesting again.
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Coonawarra, SA
Coonawarra, SA

If there is one combination to look for when browsing for a good medium-bodied red, Coonawarra, terra rosa and Cabernet Sauvignon is always a winner. Far down the line from Adelaide (about 390km southeast, a grape's throw from the border of Victoria), the name is Aboriginal for "honeysuckle", yet reds from the region are more known for flavours of plum and blackcurrant.

The Coonawarra vineyard region is sparse, running along a thin 2km-wide ridge elevating it above surrounding swamp. World-renowned, this 15km stretch of red soil is so unique, it's worth looking it up on google maps and switching to satellite view to see how it is farmed. See that strip of green north of Penola? That's it, and notice the big spread of nothing around it? The Coonawarra is a very special place. Laying on an old ridge of limestone, the fields have superb drainage, allowing the vines to flourish without the dampness at night that can ruin a good crop. Very similar in climate to the Bordeaux region

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