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  1. Produced by Patrick Carmody in Sunbury Victoria. First planted in 1976 and now one of Victoria's highly regarded producers. A rich ripe Chardonnay style. Lots of stone fruit flavours with a long powdery dry finish.
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  2. Whole bunch pressed grapes fermented with yeast indigenous to the vineyard, the wines underwent regular lees stirring and malolactic fermentation to build palate weight and complexity. This is a beautifully refined and elegant wine with ripe melon and pear notes, excellent purity, focus and a long finish.
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  3. Wolf Blass Red Label Premium Cuvée has had a long and distinguished history at major wine shows in the past, where this value-for-money sparkling shows qualities well above its station. Containing a depth and complexity with refreshingly dry characters of stone fruit with soft yeast-derived toastiness and lasting minerality. A great dinner starter.
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  4. Champions of the value-for-money crowd please, Shingleback have produce a McLaren Vale Chardonnay that displays tempting aromas of lemon, orange and peach with notes of roasted pine nuts and a mineral core. The vibrant, clean flavours of pear and honeydew melon flow through the mid-palate and linger on the finely textured finish. A Chardonnay crafted to be enjoyed on any occasion.
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  5. Created by Tim Shand from Punt Road, the Emperor's Prize is a wine of complexity and style; well defined array of delicious stone fruits, ruby grapefruit and lightly spiced oak, lined with pristine, cleansing acidity.
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  6. Farr Rising Chardonnay from one of Victoria's oldest wine regions, Geelong, is a rich complex example of a Chardonnay that is always built in layers, as deep as it is long fully and flavoured ripe. It has seamlessly absorbed the oak input.
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  7. Vasse Felix Filius Chardonnay has tight, restrained and complex with some creaminess immediately, but arriving quickly is fine, taut natural acidity carrying refined flavours. Lemon pith with hints of lime and custard tart are carried long on a dry finish to the palate which will soften and develop complexity with time.
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  8. Sourced predominantly from the cool Hoddles Creek vineyard in the Yarra Valley this blend of classic sparkling varieties is amazing value. The nose is rich and toasty and the palate is fine crisp and elegant.
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  9. This delicious Chardonnay by Wolf Blass displays zesty mango, passionfruit, peach and melon characters balanced with a refreshing, crisp finish. A perfect fit into the Red Label range due to its value for money and easy drinking style.
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  10. Jacob's Creek Reserve Chardonnay has attractive melon and fresh fruit flavours complemented by subtle toasty oak are hallmarks of this fresh crisp wine.
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  11. Rich mellow oatmeal and butter notes combine with stone fruit and citrus. Seriously refined and taking on some bottle age this is a perfect, rich accompaniment to roast chicken dishes.
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  12. 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.
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  13. From one of the shining lights among producers in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the South of France comes this incredibly generous Chardonnay. Big rich stone fruit characters complimented by some textured malo mouth feel.
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  14. Swings & Roundabouts is a winery based on a criteria of consistent quality, smart branding and value-for-money. The name itself celebrates that winemaking journey of what you can lose on the roundabouts in a particular vintage you pick up on the swings to produce engaging wines like this Chardonnay year after year. The Backyard Chard is made in the time-honoured creamy, rich style that has already come back into favour with white wine lovers. Find out for yourself why people are flocking back to the Chardonnay richness of yesteryear.
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  15. No surprise that Cockatoo Ridge is a well known household name. Aromas of ripe peach and melon on the nose, round and flavoursome with a touch of oak on the palate and appealing freshness on the finish. A label that offers great value time and time again.
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  16. Krondorf is a Barossa wine name that is steeped in history and tradition. Beginning with the establishment of the Glenview winery back in 1850s, the Krondorf name was re-born by Grant Burge back in 1978 and today is one of the most successful wineries on the wine show circuit winning countless trophies and gold medals in the past 10 years. This Chardonnay is a bright straw colour with hints of golden yellow, while on the nose aromas of melon and citrus typical of the varietal are present. The long and persistent palate is wonderfully textured and a great match for some smoked trout.
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  17. Yering Station, located in the heart of the Yarra Valley, is home to some of Australia's greatest Chardonnay. Their Little Yering Chardonnay provides all the complex aromas and flavours you expect from the artisans from the Melba Highway, but with a price tag that more than friendly. Toasted almonds, lemon/lime notes and a clean, lingering acid that provides an effortless length of flavour.
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  18. Taylors premium bottle fermented style Brut Cuvée is crafted from the classic Champagne varieties of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Fresh, lively citrus zest flavours with an underlying creamy character and a delicate mousse - all hallmarks of fine Sparkling wine.
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  19. #34 Margaret River Chardonnay captures everything that is great about the grape in this region and offers superb value for money.Attractive and refined peach, melon and citrus aromas and flavours. The balanced, crisp acidity and subtle use of oak finish the wine of really well.
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  20. McWilliam's has for many years crafted wines with fruit sourced from the cooler, high altitude sites situated along the great Dividing Range. Tumbarumba Chardonnay has distinctive regional style and this is no exception showing white flowers, stone fruits, citrus and cashew nuts, with racy acidity providing freshness and length.
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