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Murphy Vineyard Chardonnay

Murphy Vineyard Chardonnay

Murphy Vineyard Chardonnay

This attractive, fruit-driven Chardonnay comes from the Murphy family’s vineyards in Australia’s Murray Darling region where they have grown grapes since 1909.Murphy Vineyards have selected, from their own plantings, Chardonnay grapes of good sound quality which display true varietal expression in the final wine.
Light straw in colour with aromas of stone fruit and melon. On the palate, flavours of nectarine and peach are plentiful. A soft and fruit-driven Chardonnay, with good balance and length.

The grapes were picked during the cool of the night to maintain fresh varietal flavours then de-stemmed and pumped into the press. Only the best quality free run juice was taken off and clarified before adding yeast. The ferment was carried out at cool temperatures until dry. After sometime on the lees, the wine was blended and bottled.

The Murphy family have grown grapes in the Murray Darling region of Australia, part of the Big Rivers, since 1909. They build on this experience to create their fruit-driven wines.
The grape selection and winemaking practices at Murphy Vineyards aim to highlight the fruit flavours with these appealing wines that show ripe fruit aromas and soft, rich palates. Murphy Vineyards have selected, from their own plantings, Chardonnay and Shiraz grapes of good sound quality which have displayed true varietal expression in the final wine.

 

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Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: ChardonnayRegion: New South Wales, Murray-DarlingVintage: 2019Grape Details: Chardonnay

£7.99 a bottle

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Murphy Vineyard

The Murphy family (of Trentham Estate) has grown grapes in the Murray Darling region of Australia, part of the Big Rivers, since 1909. They build on this experience to create attractive, fruit-driven wines.
The grape selection and winemaking practices at Murphy’s aim to highlight the fruit flavours with these wines. These appealing styles show ripe fruit aromas and soft, rich palates. Murphy Vineyards has selected, from its own plantings, Chardonnay and Shiraz grapes of great quality which display true varietal expression in the final wine.

Murray-Darling

The first winery in the region was established in the 1880s by W.B. Chaffey (Mildura Wine Co at Merbein). Today there are around nine/ten wineries in this region. This may not sound so many for a large area, but they are some of the largest wineries and their production is enormous. References such as: ‘the industrial heartland of Australian wine production’, ‘the powerhouse of the Australian wine industry’ are often used to describe this region wine production. The climate is continental; hot and dry with low rainfall making it a relatively fungus disease free region thus reducing the risk for such large-scale production. The main wine styles: Chardonnay, Semillon.

Chardonnay

Australia’s most widely planted white grape variety. The heavily oaked styles of the earlier nineties are now being replaced with styles emphasising the regional fruit and greater complexity. The cooler climate regions producing styles of great elegance and finesse.

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