The most critical site selection is applied to vineyard sites for growing Miamup Chardonnay. Each location adds to the complexity of the wine due to the soils, aspects, clones and microclimates unique to the respective sites. Applied to this rich collection of choice , is the skill and enthusiasm of our winemaking team that draws upon traditional winemaking methods and the use of fine grain French oak to craft a layered, flavorsome and complex wine.
A wine bouncing from the glass with fresh and rare fruit notes of mixed citrus , melon, peach and apricot. These primary aromas are subtly enhanced with caramel and vanilla spice, adding complexity, excitement and anticipation. The palate exudes fleshy primary fruits, layered with nutmeal, lemon butter and brioche. A chalky, mineral texture and fresh citrus acidity continues the bounce.
A history of fluctuating in and out of fashion, Chardonnay has risen from the soil to become the wine of choice for today's white enthusiasts. And it's no surprise when you have producers like Howard Park putting out absolute zingers like the Miamup Chardonnay. All aboard the Chardy Train.
Belonging to the illustrious Burch Family Wines group of Australia, this refreshing drop from Western Australia's largest boutique winery is an exquisite bottle of white showcasing Howard Park's commitment to uncompromising quality. It exudes a ripe fruity character unique to its home soil in the famed Margaret River, all the while maintaining a buttery sumptuousness that has no right to exist in a bottle of this price.
One glass of the Howard Park Miamup Chardonnay and you'll want to banish yourself for not grabbing a bottle sooner.