Jamiesons Run Grazier Chardonnay

Jamieson's Run Grazier Chardonnay shows lifted aromas of stone-fruit, green apple and citrus interwoven with subtle, oak. This wine has a generous fruit-driven palate with refreshing acidity at an exceptional price!

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Lindeman's Early Harvest Crisp Chardonnay

Lindeman's Early Harvest Crisp Chardonnay is a medium bodied wine with lively acidity and aromas of tropical fruit salads with subtle spicy vanilla oak undertone on the palate. It contains less alcohol and less calories than regular Lindeman's wines, yet still delivers the same outstanding Lindeman's quality.

McGuigan Black Label Chardonnay

McGuigan produce a flavoursome wine here with a soft, smooth, creamy palate. It has the great sweet tropical fruit and melon flavours of Chardonnay with a touch of caramel oak providing a lingering clean finish.

Bumblebee Organic Chardonnay

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Taylors One Small Step Chardonnay

The 20th of July 1969 is a significant day in history: not only was it the day that astronaut Neil Armstrong took one small step on the surface of the moon, but also the same day Bill Taylor travelled to, and first set foot on, what was to become their renowned family vineyard. While one stepped on the barren lunar surface, the other stepped on rich terra rossa soils with the hope and determination to craft wines to rival the world's best. Taylors One Small Step Chardonnay displays fleshy yellow peach, subtle pineapple and citrus flavours. There is a refreshing, tight acidity and a lovely clean finish.

Jacob's Creek Chardonnay

Jacob's Creek does it again with a Chardonnay with attractive melon and fresh fruit flavours complemented by subtle toasty oak that are all hallmarks of this fresh crisp variety.

Lindeman's Bin 65 Chardonnay

Lindeman's Bin 65 Chardonnay is full bodied and soft with bright varietal flavours of pineapple and fig. The palate is creamy and smooth with light touches of spice. A subtle note of oak completes the offering.

19 Crimes Hard Chard

Hard Chard honours the brave contributions of the women banished to Australia with the boldest expression of Chardonnay the winery could make. Bold and strong in character, this deep rich and golden Chardonnay is filled with stone fruit aromas and a sweet textured palate. The criminally intense toasty oak notes have hints of butterscotch and honey balanced with layers of ripe fruit. This full bodied, powerful wine finishes with rich notes of butter and vanilla.

Tapanappa Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay

The Piccadilly Valley welcomed the Croser family back into the Tapanappa Winery with a typical cool weather vintage of exemplary quality. Stone fruit, honeydew and lemon zest, with spicy cedar oak in support. Medium bodied, tangy lemony acidity, almond and spice, firm and flinty finish. Its a wine of structure and coiled up power. Good now, but ideally needs a couple of years in the winerack.

McGuigan Zero Sauvignon Blanc

McGuigan Wines is going alcohol-free, well at least for these Zero range of wines. The varieties include shiraz, sparkling, rosé, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc and are now available at your local first Choice Liquor Market store. The wines were in development for over two years and use the latest spinning cone technology, working at low temperatures to gently remove alcohol after the fermentation process, ensuring the wines maintain their delicate fruit flavours. The wines were created to maintain strong varietal characteristic, it added, containing no artificial sweeteners or additives.

Wolf Blass Eaglehawk Chardonnay

An icon of the Barossa, Wolf Blass remembered through the fantastic range of value for money wines his winery continues to produce. The Eaglehawk Chardonnay has a bouquet that is lifted, tropical notes, peach characters, and subtle oak integration. The palate is medium weight, with rich fruit flavours and a backbone of supporting oak and crisp acidity.