Corduroy Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2019

AT FIRST SIP-Ripe lemon, lemon shortbread and white peach. Waxy honeycomb, fenugreek and caraway. Green fig, melon and straw on the palate. Flint hugs the acidity here, delicious. AFTER A FEW-A merry meeting of Chardonnay styles. 

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AT FIRST SIP-Ripe lemon, lemon shortbread and white peach. Waxy honeycomb, fenugreek and caraway. Green fig, melon and straw on the palate. Flint hugs the acidity here, delicious. AFTER A FEW-A merry meeting of Chardonnay styles. 

About This Wine

2020 was quite a complex vintage; cool conditions at flowering, a heat wave followed by a cold snap thus extending the ripening period. 

The Chardonnay for this wine was sourced from two vineyards (Rathmine Vineyard & Morialta Park). Fruit was handpicked and wholebunch pressed to tank before being racked into barrel. Wild ferment across all barrels and partial malolactic fermentation. The wine then spends 6-8 months on gross lees before a further 3 month settling in tank and finally bottling. 

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Corduroy is the mastermind and vision of Phil LeMessurier.  Phil began Corduroy in 2009 as a side project and it has since evolved into a boutique and highly
respected brand that showcases the best that the Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley have to offer. 

Corduroy’s name originated from ‘corduroy lines’, a series of long formed waves moving purposefully from the horizon to the shore – a pure gift of mother nature. It’s this natural process that sparked Phil’s love affair with what nature provides and how we utilise it.

Fruit is sourced from vineyards across the Clare Valley and Adelaide Hills which are continually moving towards increasing their biodiversity and the conservation of the natural ecosystems with a goal to maintain and promote soil health and natural pest control, including Morialta Park in the Adelaide Hills who has a strong plan for conversion to biodynamic farming in the coming vintages.

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