The 2009 Stone Paddock Chardonnay is a lightly oaked wine showing ripe tropical fruit and peach aromas with fine grapefruit and mineral undertones. The more subtle oak influence accentuates sweet stonefruit, nectarine and grapefruit flavours, with a fine minerality on the palate.It will best complement seafood and poultry dishes; over the coming years it will become a more rounded, weighty wine and a good match for both white meat and game bird dishes.
We are huge fans of Stopham Estate here at Quaff! Their white wine is absolutely stunning and well worth a try. Made by ex Plumpton student Simon Woodhead. This dry white has delicate hints of elderflower and primrose on the nose and fresh green apples and gooseberries on the palate. It is delicious with food such as fresh fish or chicken dishes.
This is a fresh wine with an enticing bouquet of white flowers, citrus and green herb. The palate shows lime, orange peel held nicely by a racey acidity and minerality that just tingles. A undervalued, classic Italian white, we love it.
Fresh perfumed nose with citrus, peach and pear drops. It's tangy and fresh, with good weight and pure with limey citrus and a touch of pear drop and stone fruits. Slightly smokey semillon. Lively, fresh finish.
This full-bodied Chardonnay opens up with fresh crisp aromas of green apple, tangerine, and supported by a wet limestone minerality that provides structure to its bouquet. The combination of 60% American oak and 40% French oak brings forth added background complexity to the aroma. This crisp and refreshing Chardonnay has flavors of bright Meyer lemon and tropical passion fruit with toasted marshmallow nuances.
Pale golden straw in appearance, this Viognier is ripe with the aromas of D'Anjou pear, crisp green apple, and honeysuckle. On the palate you'll find apricot nectar, orange zest and baked sweet pineapple nuances with a hint of toasted coconut. Smooth and succulent, this Viognier is highly structured while maintaining a pleasantly balanced mouth feel.
Fresh, zesty aromas of citrus, stonefruit with a hint of wet slate in the mix somewhere there, crisp, bright and fresh with the zingy acidity balancing the attractive core of fruit salad flavours very nicely.
Rich tropical fruit and vanilla aromas. On the palate it is subtle and soft, with a perfect balance of fruit flavors and citrus acidity. Triplica is perfect on its own or excellent to accompany white meats, fish and pasta with white sauces.