Keith Tulloch Chardonnay
Excellent white-fruitiness with the elements of melon and fig offering plenty to the scent and texture but enhanced by the oenological sophistication to improve fullness and duration of the finished product.
Chardonnay’s signatures remain prominent, unveiling nectarine, molasses, and pineapple, both of which contribute to the wine’s lively line and crisp volume.
Fine vanilla flavour from the oak and creaminess from the sur-lees have both personality and peace in equal measure.
“I can’t recall ever being more impressed with a first edition of wines than I was with Keith Tulloch’s,” James Halliday said after tasting Keith Tulloch’s wines for the first time.
The Hunter Valley’s handcrafted wines pay homage to the great wines of the Rhône Valley, Hermitage, and Cote Rôtie.
For those who have sampled some of Hunter’s iconic Shiraz wines from the 1940s, 1950s, or 1960s, drinking many of Hunter’s contemporary wines can be depressing, however Keith Tulloch adds to the great heritage with a selection of wines that catch the tropical spiciness and hedonistic joy of thick, rich Shiraz fruit in an entirely new way.
They are sensual and delicate, with the velvety feel associated with fine Burgundy.
The Australian Government has approved Keith Tulloch as carbon neutral under the National Carbon Offset Standard (NCOS).
This ensures that the winery, vineyard, and offices, as well as the wines, are certified carbon neutral (including glassware, cases, shipping and bottling).
Wherever practicable, all emissions produced by the vineyard and winemaking operation have been avoided; and where emissions are inevitable, pollutants have been offset by carbon mitigation, resulting in the organisation and its goods emitting zero net greenhouse gases.
Keith Tulloch is also a member of Sustainable Winegrowing Australia (formerly Entwine), an organisation that allows wineries to monitor and mitigate waste while encouraging sustainable practises.
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