Grosset 2003 Piccadilly Chardonnay (Adelaide Hills)

Though better known for his Rieslings, Jeffrey Grosset also makes a mean Chardonnay, which is all the more special for a dinner date because it's not that easy to come by. If your evening is alfresco, you may mistake the wine's light aromas of fresh-cut grass and hay for the scents of your outdoor surroundings. On the palate, pear and lemon zest aromas are couched in a judiciously creamy pillow. As should be true of any romantic partner, this wine's best feature is its texture. In this case, it feels like a soft cloud of cotton and chalk dust, and lasts long.

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