Corduroy Mansfield Chardonnay 2020

AT FIRST SIP-Green fig, gold nectarine and peach. Little bit of butterscotch and a jasmine in the mix as well. Definitely a riper style, great power of fruit and secondary aromas balance by a slow moving wave of acidity. AFTER A FEW-Tapping a perfect croissant and hearing that crunch.

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AT FIRST SIP-Green fig, gold nectarine and peach. Little bit of butterscotch and a jasmine in the mix as well. Definitely a riper style, great power of fruit and secondary aromas balance by a slow moving wave of acidity. AFTER A FEW-Tapping a perfect croissant and hearing that crunch.

 

About This Wine

2019 didn't lend itself as a vintage for the Mansfield Chardonnay so we are stoked the 2020 sees this bottling back in stock! Riper style Chardonnay, wild ferment, partial malolactic fermentation and 6 months in barrel.

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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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