Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Wolf Blass Yellow Label Pinot Noir Chardonnay 2010

An easy drinking Pinot Noir Chardonnay. The fruit source is unknown and only stated as "Premium Australian Vineyards". Such vineyards are all over the place so it's anyone's guess where the fruit came from.

A slight whiff of honey, sweet biscuit, I even detected a touch of toffee caramel on the nose.

Flavours are dominant on the front of the palate. Persistent creaminess flows throughout, toast and there's a little nuttiness too. Some complexity is in the mix but the mid palate lacked a little spark I thought. The wine finished dry with good length.
Acceptable value for the price point.

Who: Wolf Blass http://www.wolfblasswines.com/
What: Pinot Noir Chardonnay (11.5% alc)
Where: only stated as "Premium Australian vineyards"
When: 2010
How: $18

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