If you are looking to buy some of the best Australian wine, you can’t go past a quality South Australian chardonnay. Whether you prefer unoaked or French wooded we have a wine for you.
French wooded vs unoaked wines
Chardonnay is a white wine grape that is grown in many different countries, including Australia.
The main difference between these two types of wine is that French wooded chardonnay wine is aged in barrels made from French oak producing a richer, more complex flavour. Unoaked chardonnay is not aged in barrels at all resulting in light and crisp flavours. Both types are popular choices for white wine lovers, and can be enjoyed with a variety of food.
One wine enthusiast referring to some of our Single Vineyaard wine described it as “having aromas of flowers and pomelo pith carry the nose of this vigorous wine. A lemon-lime tone highlights the lean, svelte palate and accentuates the relatively mild alcohol. This has a fun vibe that’s ready for the table and especially good with salads.”
The Family Selection wines are our premium product and have been described as an “outstanding” example of a modern-style Australian chardonnay in a solid class of wines. Tight, steely with a lovely intensity of flavour.