Richard Hamilton Almond Grove Chardonnay 2008

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Natalie's Review

Richard Hamilton Almond Grove Chardonnay 2008, McLaren Vale, South Australia, Australia: Vintages Wine Panel: Before it became famous for its grape vines, McLaren Vale was known for its almond groves. Made exclusively with free-run juice, this delicious and vibrant chardonnay was fermented in French oak (25% new) and aged on its lees for 6 months. This popular, full-bodied Chard consistently displays a harmonious balance between its juicy tree-fruit flavors, creamy texture and moderately toasty oak notes. Serve with grilled tuna or butter chicken. My note: A buttery, oaky ole’ Chard with a blousy style. Round and supple with full-bodied goodness. Long, warm finish. 741009 12.50% D 750 mL  $16.95 Score: 89/100. March 14, 2009  Full Review