Although Vasse Felix almost single-handedly put Margaret River on the world map, only 7% of the region's wines leaves Australia.
Good aromatic intensity with fresh pineapple, mandarin orange, and papaya, along with stewed pears, and toasted notes that add complexity to the wine.
Just thirteen years after discovering the delicious potential of his family's 70-year-old vines, Marcel Couturier's already one of the Mâconnais' top winemakers.
Complex and layered, with distinctive notes of vanilla bean, almond husk and tropical fruit - it's reminiscent of a decadent crème brûlée! Californian Chardonnay at it's very best.
This elegant single vineyard Chardonnay is a taste of why Cono Sur is a back-to-back winner of 'Chilean Winery of the Year'.
Tropical mango and pineapple alongside ripe pear and fig flavours. Notes of sweet spice enhances the rich palate and finishes with great freshness and a long length. Perfect with chicken.
Showing notes of mango, banana and apple, with a hint of sweet spice and wet stone minerality. Full yet clean on the palate, with pear and fig fruit flavours rounded off with fresh, crisp acidity.
This wine is unbelievably well balanced, with subtle tropical stone fruit in the form of apricot and peach mingling with subtle oak characters and a rich creaminess.
The nose offers good ripeness, with citrus aromas turning to a softer, more apple and stone fruit character. Weighty and creamy on the palate.
Punchy notes of stone fruit and ripe apple are licked by a rich slather of vanilla.
The Alamos Chardonnay from the Uco Valley has a fine array of bright fruit flavours including lemon, ripe apple and peach. There are further notes of tropical fruit and a touch of toasty oak.