It’s not as easy as ABC

Author: Jancis Robinson
Source: Financial Times
Review Date: Jun 2010

…Brian Croser’s Tappanappa, Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay 2007 Adelaide Hills was a tense, introvert and lime-scented wine…

Inquiring subsequently about how exactly the Tappanappa wine had been made, I found that the yeast had been a single strain isolated from a ?wild? fermentation seven years ago. Like the Sexton wines, it had been fermented and left unsulphured on the lees until the Australian spring, although this wine did go through malolactic fermentation.

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