Portsea Estate, Stonecutters Block Chardonnay 2013, Mornington Peninsula, Australia

Country: Australia

Colour / Style: White

Featured in: Episode 3

As tasted by: Matthew Goode, Matthew RhysJoe Fattorini

Here is winemaking that matches bold ambition with results, a poised glass mixing stone fruit and tangy lemon with the softer spiced notes of very expensive barrels and careful work in the winery. The wine’s texture coats your palate and leaves a lingering perfume long after you swallow.

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