Hatters Hill Chardonnay 2018 - six pack

Hatters Hill

Hatters Hill Chardonnay 2018 - six pack

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The Delta Wine Company's flagship Chardonnay, our Hatters Hill Chardonnay 2018.

New Release: This Chardonnay shows bold and spicy characters with flavours of ripe figs, vanilla spice and freshly toasted pine nuts.

The fruit predominantly comes from a vineyard in the south of Marlborough, a unique spot with limestone soils which in turn draw out mineral notes within the Chardonnay. Fermented in a combination of new and old French oak barriques, this wine shows vibrant stone fruits and vanilla spice. Subtle hints of ginger and cardamom lead to a long and toasty finish.



Awards and Accolades

2018 Vintage

Double Gold

Delta Hatters Hill Chardonnay 2018 wins Double Gold at the China Wine & Spirits Awards 2019

- China Wine & Spirits Awards

94 Points / 5 Stars

This is stunningly attractive; the inviting bouquet shows nectarine, fig, lemon peel, vanilla and roasted cashew characters, followed by a concentrated palate that is wonderfully weighted and flavoursome. The wine offers impressive complexity and multi-layered mouthfeel, finishing impressively long and delectable. At its best: now to 2022.

- Wine Orbit: Sam Kim

Silver Medal

Delta Hatters Hill Chardonnay 2018 wins a Silver medal at the Royal Easter Wine Show Awards 2020

- Royal Easter Wine Awards 2020

2016 Vintage

Gold Medal

Hatters Hill Chardonnay 2016 wins Gold at the New Zealand International Wine Show 2018

- NZ International Wine Show '18

Gold Medal

Hatters Hill Chardonnay wins Gold at the Royal Easter Show Wine Awards 2018

- Royal Easter Wine Awards

4.5 Stars

“A mouthfilling, slightly creamy wine with vibrant grapefruit and peach flavours, fresh acidity, well integrated oak and excellent delicacy, complexity and harmony”.

- Michael Cooper

91 Points

“It is succulent and elegantly weighted… chardming and delectably enjoyable”

- Sam Kim

91 Points

“A stylish wine… Nice purity and an ethereal texture with tangy acidity”

- Bob Campbell MW