Chardonnay is a variety that has seen a tremendous transformation over the past few years. The cultivar, once produced in a heavily-oaked style with intense buttery notes, has shifted to a lighter, fresher style. This shift in styles has increased the popularity of the wine and made it a more palatable wine.
The use of oak is significantly less than in the past, allowing Chardonnay’s actual characteristics to shine. To highlight the Barony Røsslyng Chardonnay's expressive notes, the wine was left unoaked. This allows for the vibrant citrus, apple and gooseberry notes on the nose and creamy pineapple and ripe peaches on the palate.
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