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Scorpo Aubaine Chardonnay 2011

Winemaker's Notes:

Light lemon appearance. A bright cool-season nose of grapefruit, meyer lemon and crunchy nectarine, with the barest hint of oak. The palate is tight and grapefruity yet carries some power and weight, a minerally acid line and a pretty, textural nip of bitter almond/ citrus pith at the finish. A youthful wine with a bright future ahead of it.

Region: Australia » Victoria

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Winery: Scorpo Wines
Varietal: Chardonnay
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Scorpo Wines:
Scorpo vineyard is planted on red/brown, clay/loam soils derived from Tertiary Eocene (40 million years old) Older Volcanics. The vines are planted between an altitude of 70-100 metres on a N.N.E facing slope of 10%. The vineyard is planted to Pinot Noir (2.25 ha), Chardonnay (1.5 ha), Pinot Gris (.75 ha) and Shiraz (0.5) ha.

Light lemon appearance. A bright cool-season nose of grapefruit, meyer lemon and crunchy nectarine, with the barest hint of oak. The palate is tight and grapefruity yet carries some power and weight, a minerally acid line and a pretty, textural nip of bitter almond/ citrus pith at the finish. A youthful wine with a bright future ahead of it.

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