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  • It feels assured & tastes good.
  • A youthful & lovely wine.

Tasting Notes

Colour Pale-Straw
Nose Floral, fruit driven, pungent aromas of fig and quince, very exotic.
Palate The palate is rich and savoury with a lovely, almost oily-like texture with high natural acidity pulling it all in on the finish.
Food Pairing Smoked trout, watercress & beetroot salad.
Cellaring Drink Now
Notes Hand picked, whole bunch pressed direct to stainless steel without settling and fining.
Variety Chardonnay
Body Medium - Full Bodied
Oak Type French Oak
Vintage 2016
Region Tumbarumba
Country Australia
Sustainability None
Alcohol 12.5%
Bottle Size 750ml (Bottle)
Closure Stelvin
Eden Road Wines
Eden Road is a boutique wine company creating some of the most exciting contemporary wines from the ancient soils of the Australian high country. their relentless and passionate search for exceptional terroir ensures the creation of unique, authentic wines.

Few wine companies as young or as small as Eden Road have won as many prestigious awards. They believe that dedication to searching for great terroir, coupled with the desire and devotion to unlocking the potential and uniqueness in wines has produced their success. Their logo depicts the 'Road to Eden' as a line which passes between two circles representing the Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge. Everyone has their own road to Eden--ours is the pursuit of great Australian wines.
Situated on the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, surrounding the town of Tumbarumba, this wine region ranges from 300-800 meters in altitude. With the first vineyards planted in 1982 this appellation is more-or-less evenly split between red and white varietals. Tumbarumba's signature wines are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir for sparkling and table wines. In recent years, the newer plantings include Merlot, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Shiraz and Viognier. The latter varieties helped by the warm dry seasons experienced in the region. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir make up around 80% of the total plantings. The region is reputed as New South Wales’ coolest climate grape-growing appellation with the majority of grapes produced in the region sold onto the major wine companies. Small parcels of fruit do stay in the area with a select number of growers producing under their own labels.
Gary Walsh
Nick Spencer is one of the better winemakers in this country. He doesn’t overdo his wines. I like that very much.

This wine is flat out yum. Almost impossible not to drink at rapid pace. It has complexity, but greets you with a light touch. Cool mountain herb perfume, green olives, lime and lime rind, slight whiff of struck match. Crisp, but soft and glossy, smooth almond, with a little chalky crunch on a long lime and white peach finish, a subtle rindy bitterness in the aftertaste. Can’t recommend it highly enough.
James Halliday's Wine Companion
Ten months in (20%) new French oak, 5 months in stainless steel. It's fluid, textural, marginally creamy, offers melon and peach-like flavour but then races out through the back palate, fresh and frisky. Persistence is a no-brainer from there. It feels assured, it tastes good, and it will develop handily over the next few years.


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