Grosset Piccadilly Chardonnay

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Grosset Wines are an independently owned winery producing eight highly regarded premium wines and one spirit, each vintage. Established in 1981, the winery is situated in the historic township of Auburn at the southern tip of the Clare Valley, 100 kilometres north of Adelaide. 

Jeffrey Grosset is well known for his sublime and iconic Riesling's, but one should not forget his other brilliant white wine, the Piccadilly Chardonnay. From the Adelaide Hills, this luscious Chardonnay shows stone fruits and citrus on the palate with minerality and long finish. Superb.

Tasting Note: Crisp and fresh like biting into a fresh green apple. Tight but with a melting acidity that lingers like fresh lemonade. A really lively palate with a solid flick of crisp citrus.

Additional Details

SKU:
10788-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
13.5
Region:
Picadilly Valley
Style:
Dry White
Varietal:
Chardonnay

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