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Marchand and Burch Chardonnay 2010 75 cl

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  • This sophisticated wine is made from 100% top quality Chardonnay grapes and would be a perfect match for roast chicken and game.
  • On the nose, a mix of cashew, grapefruit and lemon blossom. The palate structure is fine and graceful with great oak integration, generous mouth feel and great length.
  • "The Marchand & Burch label is collaboration between Howard Park's owners Jeff & Amy Burch and Burgundy's Pascal Marchand. Sure enough, this Chardonnay is quite different from the Howard Park pair. Less pacy, more rolling, it's not in such a hurry to make an impact, which lends it a fluid, seamless quality where fruit (fleshy and fresh white peach) and oak are beautifully integrated. Very well balanced, this is a long-limbed, slow burn Chardonnay which washes over you. Very good". Sarah Ahmed,
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Technical Details
Package Dimensions40.4 x 14 x 13.8 cm
Volume750 ml
Country of originAustralia
Alcohol Content13 % Vol
BrandMarchand and Burch Chardonnay
TypeWhite Wine
Dominant VarietalChardonnay
Region Produced InPorongurup
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Best Sellers Rank 288,675 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.9 Kg
Date First Available14 Mar. 2013
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The Marchand and Burch wines are some of the most exciting we have tasted from Australia in a long time. The project is the result of a long standing friendship between Jeff Burch, owner of Howard Park, and Pascal Marchand, who was previously head winemaker at Domaine Comte Armand and Domaine de la Vougeraie in Burgundy. This talented team has a simple game plan; Jeff sources cool climate vineyards in the Great Southern and Pascal makes the wines exactly as he would do back on the Cote d'Or. The result is wines which combine the purity and freshness found in grapes from Western Australia with elegance and finesse often found in Burgundy. The quality was recently acknowledged by James Halliday in his Australian Wine Companion, when he rated the 2007 Chardonnay at 97pts, the equal highest rating for any Aussie Chardonnay

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