Articles in Chardonnay

Warner Vineyard “THE REST” Chardonnay

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This wine was made by pressing whole bunches and then combining with the pressings and racked to a combination of 1 and 2 year old French oak. Using indigenous yeasts for the fermentation and minimal intervention for 10 months, the resulting wine is... Read full article

Warner Vineyard Marsanne-Chardonnay

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Consisting of two thirds Marsanne this wine was produced with similar methods to our straight our straight Roussanne. Handpicked, whole bunch pressed and racked with full solids into French oak of varying formats using indigenous yeasts and left on... Read full article

Piano Piano 'Sophie’s Block' Chardonnay

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This elegant Chardonnay has attractive dried herbs, cashew, some tight grapefruit, minerals and a fine integrated oak. The palate is lively and complex finishing with a fantastic length highlighting the pedigree of this wine.... Read full article

Domenica Chardonnay

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Pale green / gold colour. The nose displays the grapefruit and white peach typical of the region and vineyard. Aniseed and matchstick barrel ferment characters are present, though not obtrusive. The entry to the palate is deceptively fine, a stony...... Read full article

A. Rodda 'Smiths Vineyard' Chardonnay

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The 2015 A.Rodda Beechworth Chardonnay is sourced exclusively from the Smith’s Vineyard in Beechworth (planted in 1978) and crafted by 2015 ‘Young Gun of Wine’ winner Adrian Rodda. Winemaking is very simple – grapes are pressed, put to barrel...... Read full article

Savaterre Chardonnay

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2014 was a lovely vintage in many ways. It was also a nightmare! After setting very little fruit in late spring the problems were compounded by a flock of trespassing sheep from the neighbours. I quickly found out sheep adore Chardonnay and Pinot!... Read full article

Giaconda Chardonnay

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There are two reasons you can struggle to write a tasting note. Sometimes you just can't find anything to say. Then there are times when words cannot do justice to what it is you are describing. A failing of the writer, not the wine. This wine is...... Read full article

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