Grapes sourced from higher and cooler locations of the Barossa Valley to provide acid backbone and tautness, along with lower lying valley floor sites to bring intense fruit flavours to the mix. Unwooded Chardonnay, with fragrant aromas of stone fruit and white flowers. The palate gives a hint of creamy volume derived from lees stirring. Notes of white peach, tropical fruit and lemon citrus. Balanced, fresh Chardonnay.
Subtle Chardonnay as aperitif, combine with sashimi, ceviche or oysters. Perfect with raw or lightly cooked shellfish like crab and prawns, steamed or grilled fish, pasta with vegetables.
About the winery:
Schild Estate wines are created with authenticity and passion. Grapes are sourced from a number of selected vineyards around Rowland Flat, Lyndoch in Barossa Valley. Winemakers are Scott Hazeldine & James Adams.
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