The Williams Crossing range gets all the winemaking bells and whistles as the Curly Flat range – it’s made simply with the barrels “declassified”, for whatever reason. Sometimes that reason has little to do with quality and more to do with style. As a range it’s been a boon for drinkers since its inception.
No hesitation here. It’s bang on, a beauty. It’s a cool climate style of chardonnay, refreshing, tangy, citrussy, but with nectarine and honeysuckle notes as flesh and fancy, and with attractive licks of oak-spice and fennel rippling through the finish. Line, loveliness and length. Drink 2017-2022.
92 Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front