2017
Sister's Run
'Sunday Slippers'
Chardonnay
Barossa Valley

2017
Sister's Run
'Sunday Slippers'
Chardonnay
Barossa Valley

A true expression of Chardonnay grown at Lyndoch in the Barossa Valley in all it’s fruitful glory. We aim to rekindle the love of Chardonnay.

Pale yellow straw with a green hue. The intense bouquet is pleasantly fruity with highlights green pear and clingstone peach accented by the flowery notes of apple blossom against a genteel boisé background. The palate is a rush of citrus and white peach with fresh acidity. Clean, lemon-citrus and Pink Lady apples with a layer of minerality and viscosity. Textured stone fruit balanced with fresh, grainy acidity. Fine and flavorsome keeping with the sensations registered by the nose with a long crisp finish.

  • Region: Barossa Valley (Lyndoch subregion)
  • Varietal: 100% Chardonnay
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Vineyard: Sunday Slippers Vineyard
  • Soil Type: Sandy Loam over Black Clay
  • TA: 6.2 g/L
  • pH: 3.16
  • Alcohol: 12%
  • Oak: None - Stainless Steel
  • Production: 1,027 cases
Winery & Regional Information
MCLAREN VALE

John Reynell planted grapes at Reynella in 1838 and later employed a young laborer named Thomas Hardy. In so doing, the foundations were being put in place for two wine dynasties that were to dominate the region for over a century. McLaren Vale became the model of the small winery before such enterprises became fashionable in other states, and it... Learn More »

SISTER'S RUN

MCLAREN VALE

Sister’s Run is serious fun and serious wine. The talented, young winemaker Elena Brooks (of Dandelion Vineyards and Heirloom Vineyards fame) wears steel cap work boots every day of course, but carries a pair of high heels in back of the ute, only for emergencies, like last minute invitations to accept trophies at gala wine show dinners and the like. Learn More »

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