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2010 Lindeman's Bin 65 Chardonnay, South Eastern Australia

Wine Notes

Tasting note: Like Old Man River, this chardonnay just keeps rolling along despite the seppuku days of Rosemount management of Southcorp, with Keith Lambert at the helm. Yellow Tail stepped into the breach, but the Bin 65 formula still has a loyal following in many parts of the world. This vintage is in traditional Bin 65 stye, with ripe but not overripe fruit, a passing hint of oak, and good balance, and this bottling, at least, not overly sweet. (27-Jan-2011) [James Halliday]

Price Range of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD
Average: $7   From: $7   To: $9

Search Rank 3736 What is this?
Over all vintages, this was the 3736th most popular wine on Wine-Searcher last year.
Search rank last month: 6892nd

Score: 86   When to drink: 2011 to 2013
The Wine-Searcher score of 86/100 is calculated from the following wine critic scores:
Critic Score When to drink
87/100   2011 to 2013
85/100    
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Awards
Award Organization Award Year Result
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2011 Silver

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Grape Variety

Chardonnay is the world’s most famous white-wine grape and also one of the most widely planted. Although the most highly regarded expressions of the variety are those from Burgundy and California, many high-quality examples are made in Italy, Australia, New Zealand and parts of South America.

Describing the flavors of Chardonnay is no easy task. While many Chardonnay wines have high aromatic complexity, this is usually due to winemaking techniques (particularly the use of oak) rather than the variety's intrinsic qualities. Malolactic fermentation gives distinctive buttery aromas. Fermentation and/or maturation in ...more


Region
  • South-Eastern Australia, rather than being a wine region in the standard sense, is officially classified as a viticultural 'super zone'. It covers the entire south-eastern third of Australia, a vast area whose western boundary measures some 1250 miles (2000 km) and reaches from the Pacific coast in Queensland to the Indian Ocean coast in South Australia. Between these two oceans the Australian continent offers up dry riverbeds, rainforest, mountain ranges, endless scrubland, red deserts and eventually the cooler wine-growing valleys of the south coast. The south-eastern halves of both Queensland and South Australia are covered by the title, as well as ...more

  • Australia is an extremely important wine-producing country, both in terms of quality and the sheer scale of its wine economy. It ranks sixth in the world in wine production and as at March 2010 was the fourth-biggest exporter of wine, with an annual total of 773 million liters, valued at 2.2 billion Australian dollars.

    Australia has long been at the forefront of the 'New World' wine ...more

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