The wine from nose to palate is generous without ever being overblown. There’s a warm familiarity of juicy, summer fruits intertwined with sea-air minerality. Todd’s use of oak frames the wine guiding it gently, without demanding attention. All elements are laced together with a fine strand of acidity on the back palate, leaving a long, refreshing and moreish finish.
Chardonnay in this form is destined for seafood. We say it a lot , but the truth is, wines like these speak of where they come from and with the abundance of Tasman Bay on our doorstep it is hard to imagine a gently chilled glass of Tiritiri Chardonnay without the “catch of the day” no matter where you are in the world.
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