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A full-bodied, rich and rounded Hawke's Bay Chardonnay that's a real old soul. Flavours of melon, hazelnut, ripe peach and toast are complexly layered throughout and met with a buttery backbone. Think Chicken when pairing this Chard.
4 Stars, Joelle Thomson, Wine Writer (2018 vintage) "There’s a good reason New Zealanders know and love Church Road Chardonnay - it’s great value for money and offers plenty of the bells and whistles that makes Chardonnay the world’s most popular white grape. Winemaker Chris Scott regularly refers to this popular dry, full bodied, creamy Chardonnay as a bit of an old school style, due to its intense smooth creamy style and ripe stone fruit flavours. It is outstanding value for money, especially since the quality has risen while the price has steadily dropped over the last decade. Viva la great quality white."
Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
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