2014 Mandala Yarra Valley Blanc de Blancs

2014 Mandala Yarra Valley Blanc de Blancs

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22% off RRP
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Free Delivery
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Classy Yarra Valley sparkling that could give plenty of more serious bubblies a run for their money! No seriously, this is a lovely elegant bubbly that is sneakily so classy and well balanced.

Tech stuff

12.5
Yarra Valley
2014
Cork
Cellar to 2020
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

This fizz has a fine, persistent bead that draws hints of toasty brioche, lemon, grapefruit and citrus. The palate has a creamy texture that adds balance and structure, while leading to a long and crisp finish.

How was it made?

Our Mandala Blanc de Blancs is made of 100% Chardonnay, and 100% methode traditionelle, which is the same process Champagne producers follow to achieve the signature bubble and finish, and 30 months en tirage.

Who made it?

Established by the Smedley family, Mandala Wines is a five-star James Halliday-rated Yarra Valley winery. The main site and Cellar Door at Dixon's Creek offers a full range of prized Estate wines for tasting, along with its renowned assortment of single-site wines. It was the family's favourite wines which lead them to the Yarra Valley region; Charles' love of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay plus the region's famous sublime cool climate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, made it the perfect choice. But Mandala have also established Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot vines too. With ther sites only an hour from Melbourne, it really was the best place to unearth Mandala and make the wines they love to drink. Today Mandala is thriving within its beautiful Yarra Valley country setting, where their kids play and older ones spend time together, tell stories and enjoy the good life. The Smedley family want Mandala to be their legacy for the future generations, and to be indulged by whomever catches the wine bug.

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