I still rather like this label design. The “Pig in the House” is an organically grown chardonnay from Cowra in New South Wales. In the glass, there are aromas of lemon and meal. The palate is mid weight, the length good, the acidity racy and refreshing and the flavours youthful reminding of lemon and nectarine. A well made chardonnay that will suit current drinking. Rating: Good. Abv: 13.5%. Price: $25. Source: Sample.
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