The 2012 Duquesa D'A Chardonnay fermented and matured in French oak barrels (one-third new, one-third second use, one-third third use) for two years. It was bottled in March 2015 and it has had time to develop extra nuances and complexity and feels very harmonious. It's ripe and generously oaked, with volume and power in the style of a Meursault, with nutty and yeasty aromas. The palate revealed very tasty flavors and superb freshness and minerality that give it length and a very tasty finish. Superb! 3,500 bottles produced.
|Format:||3 x 1500ml|
|Region:||Central Chile, Rapel Valley|
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