Mac Forbes Chardonnay 2018 - Yarra Valley
Closure: Screw cap
Bottle size: 750ml
The Yarra Valley label is the entry into our Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. ‘Yarra Valley’ is a blend of all declassified barrels from each of our single vineyard sites. They represent a snap shot from across the valley and our vineyards. Generally, they can be enjoyed young but cellaring will reward with increased complexity.
TASTING NOTE We have chosen not to provide traditional tasting notes for any of our wines. Our wines hopefully capture vineyard life and vitality. As such the wines are constantly evolving. The only tasting notes that matter are yours. We recommend decanting this wine prior to serving. (10-15 degrees)
Roast pork loin with roasted truss tomatoes.
Mac Forbes Yarra Valley: The Yarra Valley is our home and our winery is located in Healesville. The Yarra Valley is Victoria’s first wine growing district and its history of winemaking stretches back 160 years. While considered a cool climate, the Yarra Valley is incredibly diverse in soil type, rainfall (750mm-950mm) and elevation (50-1000m). Due to the large range of conditions, it is taking us some time to identify the unique character of each site and the grape variety which will best suit.
Conditions and therefore wine styles shift as you move through the Yarra. The wines of the warmer lower Yarra display more texture and openness than those of the Upper Yarra, which tend to display greater structure, perfume, and weight. We have two lower Yarra sites (Gruyere, Coldstream) and four upper Yarra sites (Woori Yallock, Hoddles Creek, Yarra Junction and Wesburn). The Upper Yarra sites are protected from the harsh northerly winds and receive cooling influences from the Great Dividing Range. They have a higher rainfall and are higher in elevation. The typical soil type of the Upper Yarra Valley is a highly friable red volcanic soil. What distinguishes our Upper Yarra Sites, with the exception of Hoddles Creek, is the fact that the soils are comprised of a grey loamy clay overlying siltstone. These grey soils result in wines with far greater weight, drive and nerve.
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In most instances, a case is 12 bottles, including all mixed cases. Please note that the case quantity can vary between 3-12 bottles, depending on individual wine value and packaging configuration.
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For example, a mixed bottle order of 18 bottles will include a freight charge for the second mixed case of only 6 bottles. A mixed 24 bottle order would be totally freight free.
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