Wine: Aylesbury Estate 2018
Region: Ferguson Valley, Western Australia
Score: 94.5 Points
Appearance: Pale straw with vibrant lemon hues.
Aroma: Lifted white flowers, golden apples & buttery oak.
Palate: A burst of freshness meets a grapefruity zest, white peach and minerality. This is balanced, elegant and structural wine! Gorgeous integrated oak & a bit of butter.
Review: It’s chardonnay weather and I could not help myself but review one of WA’s best kept secret wineries! Aylesbury Estate, located in Ferguson Valley are producing some absolute gems! Halliday gave this chardy 95, so it’s not just me who rates them! There were only 2450 bottles produced of this wine, so I doubt it’s going to last long!
Alright, let me actually talk about the wine. If you couldn’t tell by my rating, I love this wine. It drinks well now, but has a huge potential to age into something phenomenal. It’s also a stupidly good price! This is a $50+ chardonnay, with no doubt in my mind! Something something this wine slaps, buy it!