Generally Mac’s best performing vineyard site in my eyes (for both Pinot and Chardonnay) – although Mac will explain that it is simply a unique expression of site, as the other wines are too. Primary fruit here is again made up of orchard fruit, melon, white peach and crunchy nectarine. It is in the second half of the wine though where oat and nut notes begin to reveal themselves, adding a savoury edge to the wine that has a slow build of texture and palate weight. It’s the most expansive of the Chardonnays, and my preference for this reason. – Ches Cook, FWC.