Wolf Blass Wines, established in 1966, has grown from a humble tin shed to become one of the world’s most successful and awarded wineries. Today, Wolf Blass wines are exported to more than 50 countries and are recognised internationally as icons of modern winemaking. The essence of Wolf Blass wines is exemplified through the passion of its custodians, past and present as they continue to create wines of quality, character and consistency.
Surprisingly tangy for an Adelaide Hills chardonnay with mid-range alcohol, but most certainly none the worse for that. Fruit in all its forms is the driver, oak barely an incidental extra. Closure: Screwcap; Drink to: 2020; Price: $28.00; Alcohol: 13%; Rating: 90 Points; James Halliday Wine Companion
7000 cases. Impressive Australian chardonnay with a hint of matchstick character adding extra complexity to citrus and tree fruit flavours. The wine has a great texture, with good richness and weight. Winemaker Chris Hatcher says that the reductive character is vineyard specific and also influenced by wild yeast ferments (40-50% of ferments rely on indigenous yeasts). Tasted: April 2016; Drink: 2016–2022; Rating: 93 Points; Bob Campbell MW
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