Coombe Farm Chardonnay 2012

I thought this a pretty good sort of a chardonnay from Coombe Farm in the Yarra Valley.  A pale lemon colour in the glass, it has aromatics that remind of stones, with some lemon and hazelnut.  On the palate, this is a restrained style of chardonnay.  There are expressions of peach and lemon, but moreish hazelnuts feature.  Quite enjoyable really.  Overall, a good quality chardonnay that appeals for its balance, restrained flavours while retaining depth and some nice length.  Good

Abv: 12.5%
Price: $32
Source: sample
Vendors: Check
Tasted: 2013
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Yarra Valley
November 3, 2013

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