Piccadilly Valley 2017 Chardonnay Latest Reviews

"It has balance, flavour and elegance nicely sewn up" - 2017 Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

Campbell Mattinson
Wine Front
Review Date: 
April 2019

Well priced, well made, well grown and well flavoured. If I was out and about and I saw this, I wouldn’t hesitate. It’s driven by apple-like flavours but stonefruit, cedarwood and honeysuckle characters come into play too. It has a refreshing wash of acidity and it gives the impression that it will be better again given extra time in bottle. But right now it has balance, flavour and indeed elegance nicely sewn up.

93 points

"Intense and Savoury" - 2017 Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

Toni Paterson
The Real Review
Review Date: 
February 2019

Wafting oatmeal aromas introduce a textural palate brimming with juicy lemon flavours. There is a beautiful vein of integrated acidity supporting the fruit. Intense and savoury

92 points

"3 Top Chardonnays"

Huon Hook
Review Date: 
October 2018

Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay 2017

Light, bright yellow colour, with a restrained bouquet showing some oak spice, plus citrus fruits and an edgy mineral quality, and the palate is taut and refined, intense and focused, reserved and still emerging from its shell. Intensity, line and length. It's a beautiful wine now and is promising to deliver more in the future.

95 points

Tiers Vineyard 1.5m Chardonnay 2017

The bouquet is smoky and oak-kissed with a hint of marzipan or raw almond, while the palate is light-bodied and lean, admirably restrained and delicate. Tight, refined, penetrating flavour. Its straightforward in its youth, and enjoyable to drink now, although I suspect it will build much more complexity if cellars a while.