Fat Bastard Chardonnay 2019, and some delicious recipes

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THE recently released FAT bastard Chardonnay 2019 is not only delicious – rich and round, fruit driven and food friendly – it is also extremely well priced and a worthy successor to the 2018 vintage which top scored at Winemag.co.za’s Best Value Chardonnay Tasting last year.

Before you take a sip, appreciate the golden glow of this classic Chardonnay, and breathe in the expressive tropical fruit aromas intermingling with rich buttery notes and undertones of vanilla. Then, take a sip and relish the full and creamy texture on your palate, followed by a fruity intensity. Swallow and savour this lush and alluring Chardonnay, where every sip is followed by an uplifting citrus finish that can only be described as tasting like… more.

Simply Delicious prawns

Sipping on a glass of chilled FAT bastard Chardonnay is heavenly but enjoying it with a delectable dish specially created to accompany the wine takes enjoyment to another level. Lose the lockdown blues and #LiveLarge in the comfort of your own home with some full-bodied feasting tips from FAT bastard’s favourite foodie friends.

Blackberry and goat’s cheese salad

The FAT bastard Chardonnay, the original and most awarded FAT bastard wine, is widely available nationally, retailing between R85 and R95, as do the other white wines; reds retail between R110 and R120. The high quality, fruit-driven, rich and round, food-friendly range of nine wines includes a Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Merlot, Pinotage, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, The Golden Reserve (Bordeaux-style red blend) and a Rosé. The FAT bastard wines are widely available nationally and retail between R85 and R95 (white wines) and (red wines).

For more information, click here. For recipes, click here.

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