Leogate Brokenback Chardonnay

The bouquet shows subtle melon and tropical fruit aromas with a hint of butterscotch. This wine is rich and flavoursome displaying refreshing melon and citrus characters supported by vanillin oak. The palate is soft and creamy with a complex lingering finish. Drinking well now or will develop very rewarding toasty, nutty characters with careful medium term cellaring, 2-5 years. Excellent with rich white meat dishes and many styles of pasta.


  • Bronze – 2012 Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition
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