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Mills Reef Elspeth Hawkes Bay Chardonnay (6 Bottles) 2014
  • 1 Gold medal
  • 5 Stars and 95 points Sam Kim Wine Orbit
  • Will evolve and delight with cellaring

Mills Reef Elspeth Hawkes Bay Chardonnay (6 Bottles) 2014 x6

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Product Code: W2014
1 Gold
The grapes for this superior Chardonnay were sourced from Mills Reef's ultra-premium vineyard sites at Mere Road Vineyard and Te Awanga. Hand-picked and whole bunch pressed, the resulting wine has lovely intensity, complexity and balance.

Awards

1 Gold

Wine Region

HAWKES BAY

Drink Until

Already delicious, it will continue to evolve with cellaring

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Crispy skinned snapper with pancetta crumb

Oak

Barrel aged for 10 months in 100% French, 41% new

Colour

Warm gold.

Nose

Intense tropical notes.

Palate

It bursts with tropical peach and cashew notes, with an influence of wild yeast character, complemented with a judicious seasoning of toasty oak, and a creamy texture. Already delicious, it continue to evolve and delight with cellaring.

Background

Elspeth represents Mills Reef's top tier of wines produced from their own vineyards in the Gimblett Gravels, Hawkes Bay. Fruit goes under the Elspeth label only when it's of exceptional quality. Our winemaking team share the philosophy of a hands-on, no expense spared approach to produce these fine award winning wines. The range is limited to chardonnay, Syrah and Bordeaux style reds.

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