Elaboration of Fowles Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Wild Ferment Chardonnay Wine 2018
Fowles Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Wild Ferment Chardonnay Wine 2018 (Chardonnay)
- View: straw yellow color.
- Nose: Complex aromas of white peach and charming tower of glass and are balanced with soft notes of oak, cream, salt and hints of minerality.
- Mouth: on the palate, seamless integration of fruit, oak and acidity gives it a rich mouthful to finish.
APPELLATION: DO Strathbogie Ranges.
VINEYARD: Bodegas Fowles.
AGEING: French oak barrels (30%) and old French oak (30% a year, 30% two years, 10% of others) for 11 months.
PREPARATION: The grapes were de-stemmed and crushed using open rolls to minimize phenol extraction to help create a more delicate wine. This wine was fermented in a 16 to 23 ° C. The yeast adds complexity to the aromas of the wine and often produces more texture than the same wine made from cultured yeast. Barrel fermentation also adds complexity and texture and helps with the integration of oak flavors. A small portion of the wine (10%) underwent malolactic fermentation to soften natural acids grapes, stimulate delicious caramel and enhance body and taste.
WINE PAIRING: Fish, seafood and other foods from the sea.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8-9ºCALCOHOL: 13.2%
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