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Barwang 'The Wall' Chardonnay 2014

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Barwang Vineyards was founded in 1969 by former WWII Lancaster Bomber Peter Robertson, who was first introduced to wine by his pilot and friend of more than 30 missions, John Seppelt. ‘Barwang’ means ‘place of water’ and refers to the free flowing aquifer 300m below the surface, which provides the vineyards with water. The winery’s vineyards are situated in the Young area of New South Wales, and today Barwang is recognised for excellence as a 5 Red Star Winery by respected wine writer James Halliday. 'The Wall' range, featured below, is named in honour of the Great Dividing Range. Pale gold in colour with aromas of pineapple and pear. A tropical style, with flavours of white stone fruit and a hint of citrus to keep it all in balance. Creamy textural elements and subtle oak give a soft mouthfeel and long and lip-smacking finish. Pair with a papaya and coconut curry. Drink now until 2018+.

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Color: White
Varietal: Chardonnay
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Barwang Vineyards was founded in 1969 by former WWII Lancaster Bomber Peter Robertson, who was first introduced to wine by his pilot and friend of more than 30 missions, John Seppelt. ‘Barwang’ means ‘place of water’ and refers to the free flowing aquifer 300m below the surface, which provides the vineyards with water. The winery’s vineyards are situated in the Young area of New South Wales, and today Barwang is recognised for excellence as a 5 Red Star Winery by respected wine writer James Halliday. 'The Wall' range, featured below, is named in honour of the Great Dividing Range. Pale gold in colour with aromas of pineapple and pear. A tropical style, with flavours of white stone fruit and a hint of citrus to keep it all in balance. Creamy textural elements and subtle oak give a soft mouthfeel and long and lip-smacking finish. Pair with a papaya and coconut curry. Drink now until 2018+.

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