Wine Rosemount Estate, "Diamond Label" Crisp Chardonnay, 2012
Wine pale, straw-colored transparent.
The wine has a fresh, mild flavor with a good balance, juicy notes of white and tropical fruit, hints of coffee and vanilla. Delicate refreshing aftertaste filled with citrus nuances.
Elegant aroma of the wine is saturated typical varietal notes of Chardonnay, decorated with shades shutter barrel - white spring flowers, grapefruit, pear, muscat melon, roasted hazelnuts, vanilla, apple pie.
The wine goes well with white light soups, risotto with seafood, and vegetable salads.
Dry white wine monosortovoe "Diamond Label" Crisp Chardonnay is made from Chardonnay grapes grown in the best areas of southern Australia. The grapes are harvested at optimum ripeness stage berries. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature in stainless steel vats. For more than a full-fledged body of the young wine is aged for six months in French oak barrels. Barrel exposure brings in fresh fruit Chardonnay exciting vanilla notes and tones of sweet pastries.
Wine line "Diamond Label" bottled unusual diamond shape, echoing with the label in the form of diamond and called wine.
Winery Rosemount Estate, which is part of Group Treasury Wine Estates, there are more than forty years and is among the leading producers of Australian wines. The company produces different range of wines - from budget to the category of "luxury", but each bottle, out-of-hand experienced winemakers, high quality and fully reflect the unique terroir and the spirit of Australia. Bob Oatley, founded the winery Rosemount in 1969, based on the concept of the company put its firm conviction that a quality product will always be appreciated and find a buyer. Bob's goal - to earn a reputation for fine wines - soon realized, and winery Rosemount been able to develop an extensive network of vineyards in different parts of Australia with a huge variety of soil and climatic characteristics of the site. Wine "Show Reserve" Chardonnay 1980 Rosemount winery became the first Australian wine, which received two gold medals at the prestigious "International Wine and Spirit Competition".
Founder of Treasury Wine Estates can be considered Dr. Henry Lindeman - Royal Navy surgeon who emigrated from England to Sydney. Having bought the land in the Hunter Valley, he planted his first vineyard in 1842. Some time later founded the firm "Lindemans", which later became part of the Treasury Wine Estates.
Almost 170 years later, such iconic brands like Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Rosemount, Saltram, Coldstream Hills, T'Gallan Matua and united under the wing of the company's unique "Treasury Wine Estates." Now it is the largest wine producer in Australia, the global wine company, which since its inception in 1840 has expanded to an international level. Its industrial activity is concentrated not only in New Zealand and Australia, but in Italy and the United States. The company owns 11,000 hectares of owned and leased vineyards in these regions recognized as the Valley of Marlborough in New Zealand, Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley in California, Barossa Valley and Coonawarra in Australia, Tuscany in Italy.