We started listing this wine at the end of last year ( November 2014) when I first tasted these wines (the previous year I was not overly excited). However, new winemaker and vintage have made a great impact.
Here you have a lot of wine for not that much money. It’s oak aged chardonnay but don’t be put off it is well integrated and adds depth and character (as it should) to the wine. Drink with roast pork and crackling, roast free range chicken.