Waterford Chardonnay 2009 nice restrained style with grilled nuts and soft spice mixed with pear and light peach fruit
The house style of Chardonnay from Waterford is more about restraint than opulence and heft. Think of grilled nuts, a touch of citrus and pear fruit, framed with a light toast component aromatically. The palate is slightly creamy, medium to medium fuller bodied, with citrus and dry peach fruit flavors kissed with a soft spice component and the subtle oak interplay in harmony with the fruit. Good acidity along with the wine’s fruit definition says this should drink nicely over the next 2-3 years. This should work really well with lighter foods.