Haselgrove Bella Vigna Chardonnay 2011 Review

Posted: September 3, 2013 in Australia
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Spitting: OptionalHaselgrove Bella Vigna Chard 2011

Haselgrove Bella Vigna Chardonnay 2011

Vintage: 2011

Style: Dry White

Country: Australia 

Region: Adelaide Hills

Tasting note: The seductive (oh yeah, that’s right, seductive) oak owns the nose of this wine, with very subtle hints of citrus and stone fruit. An elegant palate with some nutty, cashew characters complements the racy lemon pith and honeydew melon. A linear acid helps this wine finish squeaky clean.

Final Say: Definitely a more elegant style of Chardonnay, it sells for about $17 a bottle.


Score: 16 out of 20

For any questions or feedback feel free to email me on spittingoptional@gmail.com

Jack Davis

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