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  1. 2010 Faultline Chardonnay, Kooyong

    Bright lemon colour. Aromas of white peach and crunchy nectarine, potter’s clay and a hint of leesy funk. The palate is strident and powerful with some apricot fleshiness, the anchoring Faultline clay minerality and the textbook peach skin phenolic drive. Long and impressive.

  2. 2013 Miamup Chardonnay, Howard Park

    Vibrant green gold in colour with delicate scents of white field flowers, pear drop essence and citrus oils enriched with minerals, nutmeg spice and caramel. The palate has a pliable fruit core of citrus, peach and dried pear is moulded around the fine nut -meal texture and crème brulee richness. The wine is finished with a fresh flint/mineral acidity to balance the ripe fruit.

  3. 2013 Are You Game Chardonnay, Fowles Wine

    A youthful straw colour. Aromas of peach and papaya play with subtle oak and yeasty notes. Full bodied and fruity, the palate has a delightful creaminess as a result of ten months on its lees.

  4. 2011 The Stump Jump Chardonnay, d'Arenberg

    Very aromatic to start, lifted citrus blossom mix with white peaches and nectarines.
    Fresh and zesty on the palate, the oak lends support and gives a lovely creamy mouthfeel with texture and spice.

  5. 2014 Reserve Chardonnay, Tooma River

    Chardonnay thrives in the warm and sun kissed Australian vineyard – delivering an unmistakeably vibrant and fruit driven style. This wine is no exception and is packed with grapefruit, lime and melon flavours, all bound up with a zesty, crisp citrus balance which cuts through to the finish. A deliciously refreshing glass by itself, this is also a great partner for full flavoured fish, crustaceans or spicy Asian influenced dishes.

  6. 2012 Ladies who shoot their Lunch Wild Ferment Chardonnay, Fowles Wine

    Pale straw in colour. Mineral notes acquiesce to intense aromas of melon, peach and subtle vanilla. The palate is complex and full bodied with balanced oak notes, a wonderfully creamy texture and great length of flavour.

  7. 2012 The Lucky Lizard Chardonnay, Hillbillies, d'Arenberg

    The 2012 Lucky Lizard has vibrant nectarine and white peach on the nose with nutty and mineral citrus undertones.
    The palate begins with generous peach and stone fruit. The 25% wild fermentation becomes evident as the wine opens up to reveal a beautifully
    textured mid palate with cashew and honeysuckle, finishing with zingy lime and peel.
    The wine shows great balance and composure and will drink fantastically with or without food.

  8. 2010 The Stump Jump Sticky Chardonnay, d'Arenberg

    Starts off all rich and ripe, there’s flowers, Turkish delight, marmalade and ripe apricots.
    The palate is luxurious with lemon zest and butterscotch characters layered with zippy acidity and spiced fruit.
    The finish is long, bright and balanced.

  9. 2014 Reserve Chardonnay, Tooma River, Warburn Estate

    Chardonnay thrives in the warm and sun kissed Australian vineyard – delivering an unmistakeably vibrant and fruit driven style. This wine is no exception and is packed with grapefruit, lime and melon flavours, all bound up with a zesty, crisp citrus balance which cuts through to the finish. A deliciously refreshing glass by itself, this is also a great partner for full flavoured fish, crustaceans or spicy Asian influenced dishes.

  10. 2012 Chardonnay, Howard Park
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    2012 Chardonnay, Howard Park

    (6x75cl)

    Brilliant in appearance and pale straw in colour with lemon/lime hues. The bouquet is an enticing
    mix of white field flowers, grapefruit, pear essence and brioche. Enriched with layers of nutmeal,
    the palate’s fine, creamy texture is supported by toasted vanillin oak. The bright lemon acidity
    adds a degree of restraint and length to finish the wine.

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