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Kellerei Girlan
Winery Wines Files 16

2011 Südtirol / Alto Adige DOC Chardonnay Flora, Alto Adige, Italy

Nutty and a hint of vanilla citrus flavour with pome fruit nuances, some smoke and vegetal tones. Ripe, warm, melting fruit, nutty and slightly smoky wood notes, very fine acidity, persistent and melting on the palate, mineral hints, some depth, has power and still firm structure, slightly noticeable alcohol, very good, melting, somewhat nutty and smoky finish. In surprising form.

Best to drink: Bis 2025+. What our ratings mean

Last reviewed: 31 March, 2024
Price: Up to 25.00 € find+buy
Type: Weißwein(White wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 13.5%
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: large wood
Variety: Chardonnay 100%
Registration number: KG-L05092
wein.plus rating: very good (89 WP)
Last reviewed: 2 August, 2013
Best to drink: 2014-2016+.
Editor note: Translate to English Fester, recht herber, etwas vegetabiler und leicht holzwürziger Kernobstduft mit Zitrusnuancen und mineralischen Tönen. Klare, feinsaftige und schmelzige Frucht im Mund, etwas nussiges Holz, sehr feine Säure, vegetabile Aromen und etwas erdige Mineralik im Hintergrund, nachhaltig, fester Bau, etwas Tiefe, sehr guter Abgang.

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