Elston is named for Elston Hall in Nottinghamshire, the ancestral home of Charles Darwin’s family. Darwin’s ‘theory of natural selection’ forms the basis of modern evolutionary theory, the foundation of biology. The wyvern symbol of Elston Hall appears on the label.
Grape: 100% Chardonnay
Region: Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
Tasting Notes: Brilliant lemon-gold, has the immediate aroma of lime blossom, fresh golden nectarine, creamy nougat and delicate meadow flowers. Freshness and ripe acidity shine in a palate laden with peach, citrus, pineapple, and oyster shell highlights. With texture, depth and stunning brightness of fruit, Elston Chardonnay ’20 has a clarity and focus that radiates right through its long and luminous finish.
Food Pairing: Soft Cheeses
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