Wine Review: 2010 Brancott Estate Chosen Rows
Wow, what a flirt! The Brancott Estate Chosen Rows is a spectacular wine—very creamy with balanced acidity, quince and a slight orange that balances it out.
The wine went through wild fermentation, which means it was not inoculated (adding yeast) to kickstart the fermentation process. Instead, it spontaneously happened. There are different camps and opinions on this so if you really want to geek out on the topic, check out the pros and cons of spontaneous fermentation.
In terms of awesomeness, this wine knocks it out of the park. It is elegant, with many layers of complexity that will have you coming back for more. Drink now through 2018. 200 case production.
Rating: Excellent (94) | $65 | 13.0 % ABV
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