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The 5OS Project Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay 2018


(2 customer reviews)

Out of stock

49 cases made
Variety: Chardonnay Alcohol: 13.5%
Vintage: 2018 Vegan: Yes
Region: Mornington Peninsula Closure: Stelvin

The 5OS Project Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay 2018

Grown on an east-facing slope at Bittern. Made by Olly Crawford at the Loom Wine cellars in McLaren Vale and wrapped in the best of oak just long enough to look like wine. 49 cases made but by the time Kochy & Lucas took their fill… We’ve only released 40 odd. This should have a big drinking window.

About The 5OS Project

This is essentially our ‘Home Brand’. We make these wines ourselves and farm out others to mates, with the intention to create a range of wines that have heaps of drinkability but not at the expense of varietal, regional and vintage characteristics. They should also look the part, embracing the talent of the respective artists whilst encouraging them to find their own beat.

Aromatics: Flinty, reductive
Palate: Pure as pure chardonnay. Celery, cucumber, smoky flint
Finish: Chalky tannins and a bit of wood to finish
Cellaring: Big drinking window here
Average Customer Rating  

  1. by

    Oaky and oily on the nose. Goes straight to the top of the palate with a sharp point but quickly sits down, thankfully without too much oak.

  2. by

    Oaky smell but not oaky taste. Nice butter flavours, but a delicate, light style rather than overpowering.