Monday, 24 May 2010

Hardy’s Stamp of Australia – Semillon Chardonnay 2008 Vintage

On the bottle: This fruity, oak matured vintage Semillon has a crisp clean finish. (I think this is correct)

In my mouth: The fruity, grape bouquet is the first bubble that explodes in your mouth, this followed by subtle oak, vanilla warmth. A clean, rounded finish. High praise for an excellent bottle of wine.

Verdict: Under Dickens be proud, your winemakers have come through with an excellent well rounded white wine that will please even the most discerning of palates. Middle Earth will be awarding this wine a Wine of Distinction Award and as such will be freely available to all those who reside in Middle Earth. Again I recommend this to Musmead Manor, Middle Smiths and Markus Smith, if you are lucky enough to be able to buy this wine, then just do it, life is too short to drink poor wine.
Michael is over his first two examinations and is now totally focus on the next 5 this week. Robert is asking all the why questions and getting away with it. Never stop questioning all you learn and read, as that could change the world.

1 comment:

  1. Mmmm, Hardy's is good but nothing compared to some other Aussie wines. Enjoyed the review though. We might try a bottle in the spirit of this blog. X