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Oyster Bay Chardonnay

RM129.00

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From the famed home of cool climate flavour intensity, Oyster Bay Chardonnay is a delightful breath of fresh air and displays a style of its own. Its assertive and refreshing flavours are captured and partnered with subtle oak bringing a delicate texture to the wine. New Zealand produces world-class Chardonnay and Marlborough is at the heart of it all as the country’s premier grape-growing region. Marlborough’s warm days and cool nights create an extended growing season allowing the grapes to develop strong, intense varietal characteristics whilst maintaining a balanced, crisp natural acidity. The result is a sublime expression of fruit purity from Marlborough’s unique cool climate and soils. No wonder its called the world’s coolest Chardonnay. James Suckling: 90Pts

Collection:

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Medium-Bodied

Citrus

Peach

Floral

Pear

Weight:

750ml

Alcohol Level:

13.00%

Size:

750ml

Brand:

Oyster Bay

Country:

New Zealand

Family:

White Wine

Grape Variety:

Chardonnay & Blends

Vintage:

2021

Region Information:

Marlborough

Oyster Bay is a special place. Here in the South Pacific Ocean, on the tip of the Marlborough Sounds, it’s a world away. For many wine lovers around the world it’s a special wine too. From New York to Sydney to London and beyond, we are enormously proud Oyster Bay is one of the most sought after Super Premium wines internationally.

From the moment we released our first vintage, we knew. Not only did we win ‘Best in the World’ for our Sauvignon Blanc in 1991, we thrilled palates with New Zealand’s unique cool climate flavour intensity. Oyster Bay is a passion. It’s a vision. It’s a single minded promise to bring the best of New Zealand wine to the world. We don’t make reserves, anything more or less. We don’t reserve anything. We are the same family that’s been here from the very beginning, only grown a little, and learnt a lot.

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