Sunday, 3 January 2016

Scarborough Wine Co. Yellow Label Chardonnay 2013

Chardy was needed so off to the shops I went. I spotted this on the shelf and it got the nod purely based on the fact I had a look at its little brother a couple of weeks ago which I thoroughly enjoyed.

More of a traditional style of Chardonnay, it's almost two toned in some respects - fruit then the oak washes through. Grilled peaches with a drizzle of lemon juice. Toasty oak is in a neat groove but I'd like it to be meshed with the fruit a little better. A dash of spice lingers; nice touch.

In all, an tasty drop but I still have the Blue Label 2014 a notch above it.

Good+

Region: Hunter Valley
RRP: $25
Source: Retail

www.scarboroughwine.com.au

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