A White wine from South Australia, Australia. This wine has 26 mentions of tree fruit notes (peach). It’s safe to say that most roads in Australian wine country lead to Chardonnay! Cultivated in most of Australia’s wine regions, this nation grows more Chardonnay than most countries on the planet, coming in 3rd place after France and the United States.
Originally introduced to the continent in 1832, Chardonnay production really got rolling in the 1950s and it was just a few short decades later that these wines started showing up at competitions worldwide – and winning.
This producer makes many wines including those from grapes white blend, syrah, cabernet sauvignon – merlot, aragonez, cabernet – syrah/shiraz, merlot, malbec, verdejo, pinot grigio, mourvedre – syrah, chenin blanc, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay – pinot noir, semillon, chardonnay – semillon, shiraz, grauburgunder, red blend, cabernet – merlot – syrah, grenache – mourvedre – syrah, rizling rýnsky, muscat, sauvignon blanc, palomino, grenache – syrah, gelber muskateller, sauvignon blanc – semillon, rose blend, and cannonau.