Paul Scorpo produces a Chardonnay of complexity and character here. Aromas of nectarine, minerals and vanilla bean give way to a mouthfeel of peach and citrus and a lovely acid backbone. A truly full-bodied Chardonnay for those who love their barrel ferment and textured styles.
Wolf Blass White Label Chardonnay
Wolf Blass White Label Chardonnay is the flagship white wine for the prestigious Wolf Blass winery. Released as a matured wine, this award-winning Chardonnay shows aromas and flavours of white peach and just a whiff of gunflint. Great use of French oak barriques gives the wine a lovely toasty complexity with out overt woody flavours. Right at it's precise drinking optimum, simply delicious.
Petaluma White Label Chardonnay
Petaluma use their impressive vineyard holding in the Adelaide Hills to produce a Chardonnay that shows poise and precision. Sourced from vineyards in Lenswood and Balhannah and then fermented in a combination of one and two year old French oak as well as stainless steel. Lees sturring helps add complexity and texture while the cool-climate fruit adds minerality and freshness.
Evans & Tate Broadway Chardonnay
When you put two classics together, it is likely you will end up with Evans & Tate Chardonnay. Their new Broadway range signifies the array of vineyard locations that the grapes are sourced from, throughout Margaret River. Bringing the essence of the region to your glass. Beautiful citrus and ripe pear aromas mixed with honeydew melon undertone and yeast characters on the nose. This wine finished with a mouth watering acidity that would get you hooked for more.
Taylor Made Chardonnay
There are fresh citrus and stone fruit aromas with hints of tropical fruit. A subtle flinty, gun smoke character combines well with sweet spice and savoury oak from the oak maturation.
Shadowfax Midhill Vineyard Chardonnay
Youthful pale straw, green edge. Lifted aromatics of guava and fig, some struck match reduction, complex and mouth watering. Shadowfax' sixth release of this single-site Midhill Chardonnay shows the quality of the vineyard and the warmth of the season. This is a very concentrated wine, with stone fruit, fig and pear flavours enhanced with texture from extended time on lees. A full and rich expression of Chardonnay from Midhill in Macedon, with similarities to Shadowfax' excellent 2008 release.
Tyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay
What a magnificent wine! A pioneer in the modern Australian Chardonnay stakes, the Vat 47 from the Hunter Valley has a silky bouquet of melon stone fruit and creamy oak that is followed by a palate of extraordinary balance and length. An absolute classic and will only get better with some medium term ageing.
95 pointsTyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay 2013$65.00 each$8.67 per 100mLHistory:
Cheapest by 13%96 pointsTyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay 2011$56.39 eachIn cases of 6$338 total$7.52 per 100mLHistory:
Tyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay 2011$75.00 each$10.00 per 100mLHistory:
Tyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay$75.00 each$10.00 per 100mLHistory:
Taylors Jaraman Chardonnay
Taylors Jaraman Chardonnay has lifted, complex aromas of subtle white peach and nectarine along with secondary aromas of cream and cashew nuts from lees stirring and oak maturation. The Clare Valley component delivers mid-palate weight and richness with fleshy stone fruit flavours of yellow nectarine and white peach, while the Adelaide Hills component delivers elegance and length with restrained citrus flavours to the mid-palate.
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Bromley by Wolf Blass Chardonnay
Bromley by Wolf Blass is a celebration of two truly iconic South Australians brands, this Adelaide Hills Chardonnay is vibrantly complex, packed with peach and citrus characters on the nose. And followed by creamy, well-integrated oak with balanced acidity on the finish. A beautiful elegant wine from a great region.
Devil's Lair Chardonnay
Devil's Lair is one of Margaret River's most respected wineries. This superbly structured Chardonnay displays lingering flavours influenced by top quality French oak; a beautiful textured mouth feel and tight acidity.