Grant Burge Summers Chardonnay

Bright gold in colour, with attractive aromas of citrus, green pears and apples and subtle creaminess. The palate is finely balanced, with creamy texture courtesy of the time on lees supported by an acid backbone which combines to create excellent length of flavour. Citrus zest and lime are the dominant flavours, with a hint of spiciness from the French oak adding complexity.

Food matches such as roasted pork loin, spiced quail and fish pie allow the 2011 Summers to fully express itself.

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