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2017 Mountadam Eden Valley Chardonnay

2017 Mountadam Eden Valley Chardonnay

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Eden Valley
2017
750ml
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$24.99
Eden Valley
2017
750ml
  • THE BRIEF
  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • WHO MADE IT?
  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • THE BRIEF
  • Established in 1972, Mountadam Vineyards was founded by the late David Wynn. Wynn is without question one of the most significant contributors to the Australian Wine Industry. Wynn was the first to recognise the potential of a cool, elevated site to produce Australian wines of great elegance and structure. He named the vineyard after his son, Adam who in 1984 became the company winemaker.

  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT?


    The wine is pale golden coloured, with classic Chardonnay fruit aromas of peach, nectarine and ripe figs. There are flavors of grilled nuts with clove and nutmeg spice supported by a citrus core.

  • WHO MADE IT?
  • Mountadam was first setup in 1972 by the late David Wynn, a pioneer of the wine industry an founder of Wynns Coonawarra Estate. Wynn made the winery famous on the back of superb cool climate wines, supported by his son Adam (who the winery is named after). Adam held onto the winery until 2002 when it was sold to luxury goods business LVMH. The winery returned to family hands again in 2006 when it was purchased by South Australian farmer and accountant David Brown and his wife Jenni. In late 2015 the Browns acquired the second High Eden vineyard established by Wynn. The two vineyards are dissected by High Eden road. The Brown family are keen to continue Wynn's vision to produce wines of elegance and structure. A focus on sustainable low input viticulture will guarentee the success of the vineyards into the future. From 2015, Helen McCarthy has steered the ship as Chief Winemaker.

  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • 94 POINTS

    JAMES HALLIDAY - HALLIDAY'S WINE COMPANION


    A very well-executed Eden Valley chardonnay with bell-clear varietal character, its cornerstones white peach and nectarine fruit, the mid-palate with gentle grapefruit and oak. It's in Brideshead Revisited style: elegant and refined, under- rather than overstated.'