Characterised by a multitude of steep slopes, rich basalt soils and high altitude, the growing conditions at Tumbarumba contribute greatly to providing a long ripening period which consistently produces Chardonnay with exceptional flavour and heightened concentration of essential varietal fruit. The assorted blocks of Chardonnay vines are grown to altitudes between 840m and 500m.
Pale straw colour. White peach, nectarine and fig characters over fresh green apple undertones. The nose is complex with subtle gunflint and biscuit aromas adding to the interest of this Chablis inspired wine. Impeccably structured, Tumbarumba shows intense fruit flavours, wonderful texture from battonage and beautiful length derived from the ample natural acidity, coalescing into a complex and classy wine.
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