Liv Zak’s Yarra Valley chardonnay from the 2019 vintage is quite different in style to the wine just reviewed. It has a subtle, creamy lemon aroma. The palate is full bodied, the acidity high and the length medium. This is a subtle and sound wine. The alcohol is listed as a precise (overly?) 13.35%. Ready to drink now. Rating: Good. Abv: 13.35. Price: $35. Website: https://warramundaestate.com.au/. Source: Sample. Reviewed: May 2020.
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