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Wolf Blass Chardonnay Winemakers Selection 2010

Member Review by winejaunt:

I am not sure if I have selected the right wine from the list, but, the version I drank was unoaked. Also, it did not undergo malolactic fermentation. And I must say, I like it. I especially like unoaked Chardonnays to begin with, and considering I am in the Shangri-La in Wuhan, Hubei, China and the only other choice was a local Chinese wine (still haven't figured these out yet) I gladly reached for this bottle. The fruit and acid are balanced, but both strong. The aromas and tastes are not complex, but they are pleasant and I am enjoying sitting in a chair in the lounge after my work out enjoying this wine. Not much tropical fruit, more on the apple and pear side of the spectrum. If you are looking for a basic wine to sip in the warm weather or if the fire is a bit too toasty for your liking, I'd try this.

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Wolf Blass:
he Wolf Blass wine style has always been a unique and highly distinguishable one. The core focus is on blending; whether it is within or across varieties, regions and different vineyards. This focussed approach results in lifted vibrant fruit flavours, a soft, rounded palate and well integrated tannins that are the hallmarks of the total Wolf Blass range. "The sum of all parts should still ... Read more
he Wolf Blass wine style has always been a unique and highly distinguishable one. The core focus is on blending; whether it is within or across varieties, regions and different vineyards. This focussed approach results in lifted vibrant fruit flavours, a soft, rounded palate and well integrated tannins that are the hallmarks of the total Wolf Blass range. "The sum of all parts should still be a better result than the quality of each individual part, otherwise why blend at all", Chris Hatcher, Wolf Blass Chief Winemaker Read less

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Snooth User: winejaunt
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12/14/2011

I am not sure if I have selected the right wine from the list, but, the version I drank was unoaked. Also, it did not undergo malolactic fermentation. And I must say, I like it. I especially like unoaked Chardonnays to begin with, and considering I am in the Shangri-La in Wuhan, Hubei, China and the only other choice was a local Chinese wine (still haven't figured these out yet) I gladly reached for this bottle. The fruit and acid are balanced, but both strong. The aromas and tastes are not complex, but they are pleasant and I am enjoying sitting in a chair in the lounge after my work out enjoying this wine. Not much tropical fruit, more on the apple and pear side of the spectrum. If you are looking for a basic wine to sip in the warm weather or if the fire is a bit too toasty for your liking, I'd try this.




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