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15 May 2015 | Aussie Wine Month | Stella Bella

Aussie Wine Month - The Lane Vineyard Beginning Chardonnay

2012 The Lane Beginning Single Vineyard Chardonnay

Taste…

Bright pale gold with a slight green hue.

Rich varietal stone fruit aromas with a slight flint character from a barrel ferment.

Delicious & generous palate full of flavour & texture with a balancing natural acidity to drive the finish. Creating a wine that is delightfully balanced & enjoyable on its own or with a delicious meal.

“An ideal dinner party wine to pair a range of foods” – Syd (Lab Technician)

Region…  

The Adelaide Hills region is located just east of Adelaide in the in the Mount Lofty Ranges. The region has varying climates, mostly decidedly cool with a few warm pockets. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay sourced from the cooler sites in the region is used to produce exceptional sparkling wines. The hills have predominately grey, grey-brown or brown-loamy sands and clay loams.

The elevation & topography of the Adelaide Hills wine region is the major distinguishing factor from Margaret River. The cooler climate of the Hills produces elegant medium bodied wines with good natural acidity, whereas the moderate maritime climate of Margaret River, creates beautiful voluptuous fruit with concentrated varietal expression and complexity.

Winemakers: John Edwards & Michael Schreurs

To find out more about The Lane Vineyard or purchase some of their outstanding wines visit their website.

This beautiful Chardonnay is pictured at Surfers Point, home to the Margaret River Pro, Surfers Point is internationally renowned as one of the main surf breaks along the south-west coastline - it has a big peak and is very consistent. When over 12 foot the left will line up all the way into the bay.

References

https://www.thelane.com.au

http://www.wineaustralia.net.au/en-PH/wine-regions/adelaide-hills-wineries.aspx

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