It’s an attractive Chardonnay serving up light stone fruits with a touch of citrus, lightly oaked, very pleasant summer drinking. Will improve in the short term.90 pts - Ken Gargett - Wine Pilot
No shrinking violet, the time this chardonnay has spent in French oak is still more than evident. This is thoroughly enjoyable, but it is still short of its peak – there is better to come as the oak is still integrating. There are guava notes and even some delicatessen aromas to be found with spices with what is quite a powerful style. A really appealing slippery texture too, the wine is still coming together and will be better in the next 1 to 3 years, which makes $30 a bargain.