The wine is scented, clean and fresh yet ripe with a touch of vanilla on the nose. It has good fruit weight on the palate with lovely texture and a hint of white stone fruit on the finish. The acid is nicely balanced, giving a wine good length on the finish.
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16 Stops Chardonnay was mainly fermented in stainless steel, with a small portion fermented in French oak. Neutral and varietal-enhancing yeasts were used with a cool, steady ferment to retain aromatic character. The wine spent a short time on lees before being blended, stabilised and clarified, then bottled.