Tolpuddle Chardonnay 2020 (6x75cl)

Double 99-Pointed release from Tolpuddle who produces some of the best cool-climate Pinot and Chardonnay in Australia.

Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2020 (6x75cl)

Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2020 (6x75cl)

€220.00In Bond Price
€270.99Duty paid inc NL VAT
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Product Details :

  • Country : Australia
  • Region : Tasmania
  • Sub Region : NA
  • Type : Still
  • Year : 2020
  • Number of bottles in pack : 6
  • Bottle Size : 75cl
  • Pack Size : 6x75cl
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What the critics say:

 

99 Points | JamesSuckling.com

This really asserts itself at the top echelon of chardonnay, in a context that extends far beyond the shores of the tiny island state of Tasmania. Already in such a great place, with aromas of white peach, lemon, lemon curd and very precisely curated sulphides adding interest. There’s wet chalk, lemon peel and gentle hazelnutty oak in play as well. The palate has seamless, layered and fresh citrus and peach flavors, as well as a stream of pithy grapefruit and peach on offer. Acidity holds the finish long and true. This is one of the most elegant vintages of this wine, reminiscent of the 2014. Oak chimes in so subtly on the finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.

Tolpuddle

"Clarity, precision and focus that matches up to any top Grand Cru Burgundy. Not for the faint of heart but the fearless."

- James Suckling 

 

Tolpuddle are leading the charge placing Tasmania on the global fine wine map. Tasmania, an island off the South-East side of Australia, offers a micro-climate that is more is more in line with regions of Europe such as Burgundy than it is with a typical hot Australian climate. The cooling influences of the ocean mean that Tasmania producers phenomenal wine from cool-climate grape types. Located towards the southeast of Tasmania, the Coal River Valley region producers the greatest chardonnay and pinot noir in Australia. Like great Burgundy, the grapes are handpicked, fermented and matured in French oak Barrels for 10 months with gentle batonnage. These wines don’t make it over to Europe in masses and often sell out on release quickly.