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Alkoomi White Label Chardonnay 2016
Frankland River
Available by the dozen
Alkoomi take full advantage of the cool, maritime Frankland River climes, to encourage the development of all the charming fruit characters which articulate a fresh, unwooded Chardonnay. Young and young at heart, minus the oak and with a little more oomph than usual for this type of wine, finished to a crisp, fruit driven styling, it lingers long and fruit forward with some cheeky punch bowl flavours, lime rickey, pawpaw and peach. Its wonderful freshness make it a cinch with all cosmopolitan luncheon fare.
$1699each
$201DOZEN
EACH
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Alkoomi make a judicious use of water supplied from on site dams to prevent vine stress during extended dry periods, without sacrificing the naturally low yields that produce concentrated flavours. The vines are all pruned by hand, harvesting occurs in the cool of very early morning, usually starting at 2.00 am, to ensure that grapes arrive at the winery in top condition. Chardonnay is harvested throughout the cooler hours and pressed, juices are settled overnight and racked over a high proportion of juice solids. Upon completion of ferments, batches are held on sedimentery lees, regularly stirred to build complexity and texture before bottling. Alcohol 12.8%
 
Brilliant pale gold, emerald hues. Aroma of peaches and cream with subtle savoury notes. Honeydew melon and white peach on the palate with hints of vanilla and hazelnut and creamy textural structure underpinned by soft, mineral acidity. A generously proportioned wine made to appreciate in its youth, vibrant and fresh.
Allegrini Corte Giara Soave 2013
Veneto
Soave by name and suave by nature, the rejuvenating white wines from this tiny commune in the Veneto, are enjoyed around the globe for their remarkable approachability and stylish old world charm. Corte Giara is a cooperative of the best growers, they assemble their harvests every vintage to create a Denominazione di Origine Controllata, a predominantly Garganega wine in the tradition of the region, vinified alongside a component of locally grown Chardonnay. The perfect aperitif wine, a match to Al fresco and creamy risottos.
$1699each
$201DOZEN
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Corte Giara are a balance between the old and new world styles of wine. While remaining true to their regional Italian roots, they are innovatively crafted with inclusions of expatriate varietal grapes to create wines of great interest. Harvests of Garganega and Chardonnay, are all hand picked off fully mature vines in their third decade, grown to volcanic calcareous soils and trained to the Pergola system, planted to southeast facing hillsides at 150-250 metres above sea level in D.O.C. Soave. Bunches are destemmed and gently crushed into fermenters for a day of cold settle maceration, vinified for up to ten days at a cool 15┬░C, followed by partial malolactic in October and four months unwooded maturation.
 
Intense straw yellow hue, green highlights. Classic Verona nose, inviting and fresh, wild flowers and white peach characters, vibrant vegetable notes. Refreshing fruit within a supply structured, well rounded palate, juicy green vegetable characters and sliced pear flavours, before a cleansing, pleasingly dry finish.
Currently out of stock
Andrew Garrett Chardonnay 2008
Andrew Garrett is fashioned to express the vitality of the ripe fruit whence it originates. A soft, well balanced wine with generous flavours enhanced by subtle oak, retaining the attractive varietal characters of the Chardonnay grape. Wines that bear the Andrew Garrett brand reflect a personal commitment to quality and many years experience. Whether it's music or food, good company or a great bottle of wine, it's all about taking the time to look after yourself and unwind. Enjoy Andrew Garrett Chardonnay with warm friends, cool tunes and hot jazz.
$1299each
$153DOZEN
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Andrew Garrett is committed to extensive, long term viticultural development and environmentally sustainable winemaking in Australia. The fruitgrowers and winemakers manage the vineyards with care and devotion. An ensemble of physiologically ripe parcels of fruit were sourced from premium vineyards to compose this stylish wine. Grapes are selected from good vineyards earmarked for their propensity to yield fruit of generous flavour profiles and consistent quality. Fruit is crushed and the skins are removed to amplify the bright varietal characters. After inoculation to select yeasts and a long, cool fermentation the wine is assembled and lightly filtered before bottling. Approx 13.5%
 
Pale gold in colour. A bouquet of ripe peaches before a palate showing rich fruit characters tempered by crisp, fresh acidity and just a hint of oak. Notes of ripe peach and melon, tropical fruits and citrus harmonise on the deep, elegant palate. The balance between acid and fruit, light oak and varietal fruit, is impeccable, the milky oak enhances but does not dominate. Refreshing and flavoursome, enjoy with seafood and poultry, pasta or spicy Asian. Enjoy life, enjoy Andrew Garrett.
Annies Lane Chardonnay 2016
Clare Valley
Pure Clare Valley Chardonnay, some of it from blocks which can trace a heritage back to the original Quelltaler vineyards, the first Aussie wine ever formally served to the UK House of Commons! Annie's Lane recounts the legend of a local lass who operated a mobile canteen in Valley Clare, providing sandwiches and warm drinks to harvesters and pruners working in the vineyard. She is remembered today in the enduring traditions of a generously proportioned Chardonnay that's brimming with fresh stonefruit orchard flavours.
$1599each
$189DOZEN
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Annie's Lane cuts through one of Clare Valley's first vineyards. To this day, the Annie's Lane team retain some of the most distinguished sites and secure the best fruit. Harvests of Chardonnay are sourced which can weigh in with the smallest berries, which can show good colour and offer the biggest flavours. Thinning of the vines during the growing season achieves yields of intensely flavoured grapes. Parcels are harvested throughout the cool of night to capture and retain freshness. Individual components are separately vinified and matured on yeast lees to add textural richness. Select parcels are fermented and matured in seasoned French oak barrels, building mouthfeel and contributing complexity.
 
Pale straw with green hues. Aromas of peach and cinnamon develop into lively varietal flavours across the soft and full flavoured palate. Citrus notes, grapefruit and integrated background oak characters, green apple and fig characters offer complexity. Enjoy Annies Lane alongside Alfresco, creamy pasta recipes or the ubiquitous chicken caesar.
Armchair Critic Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2013
Tumbarumba
Available by the dozen
Parcels of the finest Chardonnay, hand picked off splendid sites on the lofty terroirs of Tumbarumba, have been assigned the ultimate in extravagant Burgundian vinification techniques. Wild yeast barrel ferments in quality new oak, sedimentery lees stirring battonage and an extended term of maturation, have achieved a rich Chardonnay wine to rival her old world siblings. A captivating biscuit and savoury nose precedes a textural palate, layered with toasty oak and driven by the powerful, high country Tumbarumba Chardonnay fruit.
$1699each
$201DOZEN
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Harvests of Chardonnay are assembled from vineyards planted to elevations of 700 to 842 metres above sea level. Grapes are all hand picked and gently pressed, the first free runs are extracted and cold settled. Juices are racked into a high proportion of new French oak barriques, taking along a substantial amount of press solids. A mixture of natural and inoculate yeast ferments are encouraged to provide complexity and interest. Upon completion, barrels are treated to a term of lees stirring battonage twice weekly, building up textures while contributing added mouthfeel and weight. After eleven months, components are assembled into the finished wine, lightly fined and filtered to bottle. Alcohol 13.0%
 
Pale straw hue. Intense white peach, nectarine and green apple bouquet, complex natural aromas of cashews and gun flint, lees and vanilla yogurt. Impeccably structured, intense fruit flavours, wonderful texture from battonage, beautiful length from the ample natural acidity. All of these signatures blended together form a complex and classy wine.
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Armchair Critic Under Over Chardonnay 2013
Tumbarumba
Chardonnay grapes picked off vines, planted to splendid decomposed granite soils atop the soaring heights of slow ripening Tumbarumba, are minimally handled with a view to maximizing fruit character and regional expression. Under & Over is a fresh and vibrant Chardonnay wine, fashioned to be enjoyed as aperitif or alongside good food, immensely approachable in its youth.
$1299each
$153DOZEN
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Tumbarumba's cool climate and elevated aspects, where the vines can be planted to altitudes of 900m, are vital to the production of remarkable Chardonnay wines exhibiting great elegance, subtlety and length. Sustainable viticulture calls for low yields, achieving intense wines of moderate alcohol, requiring minimal additions and limited oak. Armchair Critic source their Chardonnay from some of the finest Tumbarumba sites. Harvests of partially hand picked fruit are completely de-stemmed before a cool and quick, precision actuated vinification to maximise varietal purity. The finished wine is primarily treated to an unwooded maturation, a small component is aged in a selection of seasoned oak barrels to add complexity.
 
Pale light straw colour. Crisp aromas of river stones, citrus flowers, stonefruits and lemon. The palate is equally pure and fruit driven with grapefruit, citrus and white apple flavours supported by a fine mineral backbone and bracing acidity. A well balanced wine of character and complexity, crafted to a crisp and refreshing, faintly oaked, fruit driven style, Under & Over is decidedly a grown up style of Chardonnay.
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Banrock Station No Preservatives Chardonnay 2011
Riverland
Raise a glass to Banrock Station, knowing that proceeds from every drop are donated to environmental projects around the world. The Banrock Station vineyards were developed out of a severely degraded property after a century of sheep grazing. Banrock today are a showcase of sustainable viticulture, employing solar power and renewable materials, leaving a minimal environmental footprint. The cleanest, healthiest grapes are vinified into a fully flavoured, generous Chardonnay wine, without the addition of any sulphur or preservatives whatsoever.
$1499each
$177DOZEN
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If you love fine wine, you'll appreciate Banrock Station's commitment to the good earth whence it comes. A massive undertaking has seen the area's native wetlands and woodlands restored, creating a healthy environment for the nurture of the cleanest and greenest Chardonnay vines. Native birds flock to the property and it is also a site for eco-tourism. Banrock Station takes care to select healthy grapes of the highest quality, showing concentrated flavours and zesty acid. Fruit and wine, throughout all stages of vinification, are handled gently, with meticulous care to avoid exposure to elements which may cause spoilage. At no stage in the process is any preservative SO2 added. Approx 12.5%
 
Pale straw colour. Intense aromas of citrus and peach with hints of tropical notes, spicy vanilla bean over a light influence of supple oak. The palate is rich, generous and complex, displaying juicy fruit salad flavours, peaches, melons and honeydew. A soft and creamy medium bodied, textural wine, showing balanced acids and excellent length. Lingers long and satisfying, an excellent food friendly Chardonnay, enjoy alongside flavourful seafood and chicken recipes.
Barwang Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2014
Tumbarumba
Meaning place of water, Barwang owes the character of it's wines to the most exacting standards of viticulture. An affinity for the land and a holistic approach to sustainable vineyard management is essential to the final goal of delivering bold, flavoursome wines. Characterised by a multitude of steep slopes, rich basalt soils and high altitude, the growing conditions at Tumbarumba contribute greatly to providing a long ripening period which consistently produces Chardonnay with exceptional flavour and heightened concentration of essential varietal fruit.
$1399each
$165DOZEN
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The assorted blocks of Chardonnay vines are grown to altitudes between 840m and 500m. These sites produce a diversity of parcels from which to assemble a well balanced and complete wine. Following an evening and early morning harvest, fruit is transferred to the winery and tipped directly into the press for a slow, gentle cycle, ensuring only the finest free run juices are extracted prior to a short cold settle. Batches are racked to a selection of new and seasoned French oak barriques, taking along a substantial amount of press solids. A mixture of natural and inoculated yeast ferments encourage complexity. Parcels are stirred regularly and treated to several months maturation before assemblage.
 
Pale straw colour. White peach, nectarine and fig characters over fresh green apple undertones. The nose is complex with subtle gunflint and biscuit aromas adding to the interest of this Chablis inspired wine. Impeccably structured, Tumbarumba shows intense fruit flavours, wonderful texture from battonage and beautiful length derived from the ample natural acidity, coalescing into a complex and classy wine.
Bellarmine Chardonnay 2014
Pemberton
Bellarmine jugs were used throughout the middle ages to carry wine from oak cask to table. The Bellarmine property at Pemberton was planted entirely by hand, vines were trained from ground up, to expose the ripening grapes to optimal sunshine. The terroirs and clime here are a Chardonnay maker's dream come true. Soils are red gravel laterite, offering excellent drainage while providing warmth to the vine root systems at night, courtesy of heat that the gravels have absorbed during the day. A lightly oaked wine, highly evocative of the dry and fruity Chablis style.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
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Chardonnay is sourced exclusively from Bellarmine vineyard in the high quality cool climate region of Pemberton. Fruit is harvested throughout the cool of night. Juices are gently pressed off skins and separated from the harder solids. Juices are cold settled for two days, the clear juices are racked away from lees and innoculated. A portion is transferred to oak for vinification, the balance remains in tank. Ferments are temperature controlled to achieve a gradual drop in sugar levels whilst retaining maximum flavour. Upon completion, the wines are battonaged to infuse complexity and introduce a touch of creaminess, followed by a term of maturation in a selection of new and seasoned French oak barrels.
 
Pale yellow hues. Stonefruits and nectarine, citrus with subtle oak. Complex palate with citrus, green apple, and nectarine flavours. Subtle spicy oak, tight acidity and a creamy texture, supported by crisp minerality, extended palate length and persistence of flavour. Enjoy with crispy skin roast chicken, crackling pork or fine wet cheese.
Bidgeebong Triangle Chardonnay
Tumbarumba Gundagai
Available by case dozen only
The Bidgeebong Triangle encompasses three distinct districts, Tumbarumba at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, Hilltops and the Murrumbidgee plain around Gundagai. A vibrantly fruit driven, easy drinking cool climate Chardonnay, the finish is long and lingering.
$1499each
$177DOZEN
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Bidgeebong's state of the art winery is located at Wagga Wagga, in close proximity to Charles Sturt University, the nation's major wine science and research centre. Bidgeebong's vineyards are meticulously managed to yield grapes of optimum flavour and balanced acidity. The estate's Chardonnay vines in particular are some of the most fastidiously husbanded examples in the region. Parcels of Chardonnay are harvested and delivered promptly to the estate wineworks where they are crushed, inoculated and vinified to a fruit driven style, completely unwooded and unoaked. A combination of natural and controlled primary fermentation techniques are employed to construct a wine of great depth and complexity. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Mid straw colour. Clean and flavoursome with an abundance of tropical fruit flavours and aromas. A rich and generous easy drinking Chardonnay showing vigorous varietal characters complemented by a fresh clean finish. A white that would go nicely with smoked trout, fetta quiche or salmon fillets.
Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2015
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
Adelaide Hills are but an hour's drive from Bleasdale but the style of Chardonnay grown to the cool ripening aspects of elevated, undulating hillsides is a world away from that grown to the Bleasdale property at Langhorne Creek. The Adelaide Hills style is distinctly crisper and more aromatic, one could say it even tastes chilled at room temperature. An extravagant course of barrel ferments, wild yeast vinification and lees exposure makes a richly textured Chardonnay wine with good colour, savoury vanillan aromatics and solid palate structure.
$1699each
$201DOZEN
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Bleasdale is Australia's most enduring family operated wineries, tracing it's establishment to 1858 when Frank Potts planted his vines on the banks of Bremer River. He named his property after Reverend John Ignatius Bleasdale who advocated a sober, wine drinking community to the exclusion of hard spirits. A sound business case indeed. Sauvignon Blanc grapes are hand picked from choice Adelaide Hills sites and gently whole bunch pressed directly to French oak barrels. Fermentations are inititated by wild indigenous yeasts from the vineyard still present on the skins, followed by a regimen of lees stirring battonage and nine months maturation before bottling.
 
Light straw yellow colour. The big, steely nose displays complex aroma of stonefruits and citrus, almond, tapioca and meal. A creamy palate with layers of melon, nectarine and golden delicious flavours, a touch of biscuit and lemon/ almond notes before a crisp, drying and savoury fruit filled finish. A revitalizing style for contemporary palates, the Chardonnay of choice to enjoy alongside prawns or shitake chicken tortelli.
Bleasdale Holdfast Chardonnay 2013
Langhorne Adelaide
Available by the dozen
The benchmark in Langhorne Creek Chardonnay, vinified from the choicest parcels grown to some of the nation's most fertile soils. Whilst Bleasdale is steeped in the history of Australian red winemaking, it maintains a flair for exuberant whites. A dry, lightly wooded style showing attractive fresh lingering flavours of pear juice, melons and peach. A jubilant white to enjoy lively and young, alongside your favourite chicken, white meat and seafood recipes for maximum enjoyment.
$1499each
$177DOZEN
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Established 1850, Bleasdale make honest, consistent, reliable wines which are enjoyed throughout the world. The vineyards are situated on the fertile flood plains of the Bremer River, which runs parallel to Langhorne Creek. The region still experiences natural floods from the high rainfall that gushes out of the Adelaide Hills and heads towards the sea from time to time. The deluge gives vines a deep soaking drink just before the parching Australian summer. Chardonnay grapes are treated to a gentle press, oxidative juice handling, whole bunch vinification with a portion of oak barrel ferments, for a month on grape solids, through the action of wild indigenous yeasts. Alcohol 12.0%
 
Pale yellow hue. Lifted peach stonefruit aromas with a hint of lemon zest and touch of nutmeg. A palate of bright varietal characters showing pear, lemons and melon, displaying good acid balance, citrus, with notes of cinnamon and nutmeg derived from the barrel ferment component. A well balanced Chardonnay with fruit dominance and good complexity while retaining vibrant aromatics.
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