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Amrit Chardonnay 2021 Victoria Mornington Peninsula

$35.95

Amrit Chardonnay 2021

Aromas of lemon curd, white floral bouquet on the nose and a nice minerality. Fresh zippy acidity, with a balance texture and nice savoury finish. Mouth watering !

Shashi and Devendra Singh have been growing grapes biodynamically on their Red Hill South farm since 2005 and have been producing an outstanding Syrah under the label “Avani Syrah” since 2009. Shashi believes on minimal intervention in her winemaking process and works on maintaining natural acidity in her wines. Since 2015, they have been sourcing quality fruits around the Mornington peninsula to extend their offering and create the “Amrit” range.

This fresh, zippy Chardonnay is made from a vineyard in South redhill, all organically – biodynamically farmed, it’s fermented with natural yeast in old oak barrels.

 

 

 

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Amrit Chardonnay 2021

Aromas of lemon curd, white floral bouquet on the nose and a nice minerality. Fresh zippy acidity, with a balance texture and nice savoury finish. Mouth watering !

Shashi and Devendra Singh have been growing grapes biodynamically on their Red Hill South farm since 2005 and have been producing an outstanding Syrah under the label “Avani Syrah” since 2009. Shashi believes on minimal intervention in her winemaking process and works on maintaining natural acidity in her wines. Since 2015, they have been sourcing quality fruits around the Mornington peninsula to extend their offering and create the “Amrit” range.

This fresh, zippy Chardonnay is made from a vineyard in South redhill, all organically – biodynamically farmed, it’s fermented with natural yeast in old oak barrels.

 

 

 

 

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Brands

Avani

Country

Australia, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Price

$20 – $50

Varietal

Chardonnay

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