It’s sensibly screw-capped and a bright, summery yellow colour and strong legs.
It smells warm and oaky with spice and vanilla covering a mix of sweet tropical fruits, with over-ripe melons and creamy caramel.
It’s just dry with enough acidity to carry the fruit. It has plenty of tropical fruit and a rich creaminess with a hint of honey. There’s a lot going on and at around 13.5% alcohol there’s plenty of warmth too.
This Wolf Blass Chardonnay isn’t subtle or refined, it’s big and bold, and proud of it.