Bird in Hand Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills
- Clean crisp yet with ripe fruit and a touch of oak
- South Australia
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- Bird in Hand
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- Named after a local gold mine, the Bird in Hand estate covers 100 acres of mineral-rich, well-drained land in the Adelaide Hills.
The cooler climate in this region of South Australia is ideally suited to producing the kind of elegant wines from classic varieties that winemaker Andrew Nugent prefers. He grew up next door to Penfolds and trained in McLaren Vale before arriving here in 1997 to plant not only vineyards but also olive groves for premium olives.
A Chardonnay that perfectly balances richness with refinement. Classy winemaking, that shows just how good judiciously used oak can be.
- 'Perfectly balanced between gentle citrus and apricot flavours, restrained oak and an elegant, mouth-filling creamy texture. It's a great reminder of what great Australian chardonnay is all about.' Terry Kirby, The Independent
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Serve this alongside Roast Chicken on a lazy Sunday afternoon. You can thank us later...
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