Cape Jaffa Chardonnay
Style: Fresh with a lucious mouthfeel
The inspiration: Chardonnay doesn’t need to be controversial. This style suits a range of chardonnay (and non-chardonnay) drinkers.
Has great stone fruit characters with a fresh citrus finish. Time in new french oak and lees stirring has created a beautiful creamy mouthfeel. This is a wine that pairs well with food.
Cellaring: This wine is at its best in its youth however it will evolve into a more tertiary and complex style in the bottle over up to two to three years.
Food Pairing: The subtle oak means this wine can hold its own with strong flavours. It would be perfect with a ripe Robe Dairy St Calir Brie, on a balcony, overlooking the ocean.