Wine Oxford Landing, Chardonnay, 2014
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The wine is light golden straw color with a green tint.
Perfectly balanced, refreshing taste of wine demonstrates integrated and complex tones of oak, stone fruits and citrus fruits, has a mineral aftertaste.
Wine aroma contains notes of fresh stone fruit, grapefruit and lemon.
Wine is served as an aperitif, accompanies fish dishes and seafood.
Young wine Oxford Landing, Chardonnay is made from Chardonnay grapes grown on the red sandy soils with limestone basis. For each new vintage of Chardonnay wine is added to 5% of reserve wines from previous years, aged in oak barrels, which helps brighten express the character of the wine and improve its quality.
Oxford Landing (in English the "landing" - landing zone) - not just a name on the label, it is a real place and a real vineyards along the River Murray. This is a great place was opened in 1958 Vindhamom Hill, who found here a fertile red soil, clear blue sky and plenty of golden sun. Later, the company "Yalumba" bought vineyards and called them "Oxford Landing". Very soon almost the entire area was planted with vines and Oxford Landing was the first and largest vineyard in the region.
Winemakers economy try to preserve the individuality of each grape variety. At a certain stage of ripening grapes terminated artificial supply of water for a stronger concentration of flavor and a more expressive and expressive wines. Oxford Landing offers wines at fairly affordable price, in contrast to the "Yalumba", a prestigious magazine "Wine Spectator" in 2003 was awarded the wine company as the best producer of Australia's "price-quality".