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Hamelin Bay, Five Ashes Reserve, Karridale, Margaret River, 2011

Five Ashes Reserve


  • Grape Variety: Chardonnay
  • Drink: 2013 - 2018


Hamelin Bay

Andrew Jefford

Tasting: Western Australia Chardonnay

Clean white-gold. Clean, fresh, sappy, delicate. Vivid, fresh, lively, sappy; another of those Chardonnays which might well appeal to Sauvignon drinkers. I can’t say it hits the Margaret River platonic ideal, by contrast: perhaps a good wine to push the case for sub-regonality in Margaret River. Zesty, almost grassy Chard, but very well made. After a while, the aromatic profile gets richer. Very attractive wine in the lighter style.

Roger Jones

Tasting: Western Australia Chardonnay

Lovely fresh sea breeze flavours, clean and refreshing, very precise wine with soft passion fruit and clean acidity, mellow background of citrus on finish with some toasty overtones.

Alessandro Marchesan

Tasting: Western Australia Chardonnay

Clean and elegant with well integrated oak ripe red citrus fruit character. Med-full bodied with crisp acidity and long citrus aftertaste.


Wine name: Five Ashes Reserve
Wine classification:
Wine alcohol content: 13%
Wine colour: White
Wine vintage: 2011
Price: £26.00
Wine style: White, medium-bodied
Country: Australia
Region: Margaret River
Subregion: Karridale

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