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Stonier Australian Chardonnay (4)

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Cesare


quality posts: 1627 Private Messages Cesare

Stonier Australian Chardonnay, Mornington Peninsula 4-Pack
$49.99 $̶1̶0̶6̶.̶9̶6̶ 53% off List Price
2007 Stonier Chardonnay, Mornington Peninsula
CT link above

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rjquillin


quality posts: 174 Private Messages rjquillin

Jennings 90 points, yeah, I know, but also at half the average CT pricing and pretty interesting numbers. I at first dismissed this, will have to reconsider pending some TN's. The earlier PN from Stonier was a very nice qpr.

CT

dalematthew


quality posts: 22 Private Messages dalematthew

Anyone tasted this? CT note says it presents sweet - which is not enticing. Hopefully someone may have sampled this.

bbasbagi


quality posts: 3 Private Messages bbasbagi

So is the brand pronounced "stoney-er" (like, more stones on the ground) or "stone-yay" (like a happy hippy) ?

dalematthew


quality posts: 22 Private Messages dalematthew
bbasbagi wrote:So is the brand pronounced "stoney-er" (like, more stones on the ground) or "stone-yay" (like a happy hippy) ?



I'd guess the former - but if you were in Australia you'd say - Stone-yah

cortot20


quality posts: 145 Private Messages cortot20
rjquillin wrote:Jennings 90 points, yeah, I know, but also at half the average CT pricing and pretty interesting numbers. I at first dismissed this, will have to reconsider pending some TN's. The earlier PN from Stonier was a very nice qpr.



Good to know, I'll consider it if it appears again. As for this offer I like Chardonnay light and fruity, see wellingtons chard for an example of this. So after reading the description I will say no thank you.

CT

chipgreen


quality posts: 189 Private Messages chipgreen

International Saturday's making a comeback!

rjquillin


quality posts: 174 Private Messages rjquillin
dalematthew wrote:Anyone tasted this? CT note says it presents sweet - which is not enticing. Hopefully someone may have sampled this.

Yes, one note does, from 2011, but the more recent Jennings comment from this year makes no mention of any sweetness, nor does anything on the specs tab or description suggest any sweetness;
RS: Dry.

Yes, we could use some current TN's or winemaker participation.

CT