The White Lady was first released in 2011. In its short life it has since received tremendous acclaim, twice being voted the John Platter white wine of the year. This among a plethora of other accolades, it is one of the most successful wines produced on the estate. With the great reputation and history of fantastic red wines the White Lady is a showcase of all that is possible with the magnificent terroir at Warwick.
If you like classy oaked Chardonnay you’ll be delighted by this wine. The nose has layers of flowers, minerals and stones, with loads of white nectarine fruit interspersed with the nuttiness of poached pear. The palate is silky yet austere, with a rounder finish that gives its personality but with a clean and long lemon flavoured finish. It shows the epitome of balance with delicate flavours that keep emerging throughout its exceedingly persistent finish.
Food matches: Pair with grilled pork tenderloin glazed in apricot marmalade, served with creamy cannellini beans and a herb salad.
Serves at: 9-11°C