This might need merging if someone else is posting simultaneously. This here tonight, just enjoyed with sockeye salmon, and yet more, roasted veg and filled pasta. Perhaps not the most compatible ingredients but I hate waste…
…a Rustenberg Stellenbosch Chardonnay 2019. Yellow gold in colour. Buttery melon, peach and citrus on the nose. Similar on tasting, rounded creamy flavours, lovely freshness, and a touch of spice. A delicious midweek wine that paired well with the food. IIRC it was around £10. I know I’ve said this before but Rustenberg’s varietal range offers excellent typicity of flavour, no matter the grape, for the money.
Er, I don’t think I’ll be easing off tomorrow either as crab’s on the menu !
Edit - the back label mentions marzipan on the palate. Maybe I’m suggestible, but to be fair, it’s hard to disagree.