Five Autumn chardonnays at $15/btl (or less)

Vinomofo
By Vinomofo
20 days ago
3 min read

Sticking to a budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice good wine - here’s five ripper chardys we have in stock right now, at a price that makes sense any night of the week.

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Chardonnay 2021 – Black Market Deal #48479

Everything and more right off the bat; stone fruits, some rich pastry oak aromatics, and savoury cashew notes. The palate really dials into the cool climate fruit profile; white peach, pear, grapefruit – this is focused, and pure. There is a good amount of creamy, nuttiness that gives the palate some heft and the aromatic profile a savoury component. A well rounded, classic Hills chardy to be sure - and one made by Halliday's "Best winemaker of 2024", if you wanted any hint as to who’s behind this.

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Sorby Adams Handcrafted Chardonnay 2022

Unbelievable value chardy - Round, ripe, and so delicious. Lush, round, shapely chardonnay from Sorby Adams - an undisputed icon of the Australian wine landscape. Having been head winemaker at Yalumba for 20 years, he certainly knows how to make top quality vino. This chardy is genuinely unbelievable value for money: texturally it flows on the palate like a plush peach. Brimming with fresh citrus and tropical fruits and underscored by classic varietal richness. Time on lees has meant that it has a yoghurty, creamy consistency and the finish is ever so delightful. We're really damn excited about this wine, and we reckon you will be too mofo.

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Chardonnay 2022 – Black Market Deal #47836

Small-batch, creamy Adelaide Hills chardy.  A perfect symphony - melon, mango, peach and grapefruit all wrapped in a pillowy softness. Crafted in small batches as they use only the most premium quality grapes, fruit for this particular chardonnay is sourced from the fantastic Woodside vineyard in Adelaide Hills. Balanced, bright and creamy, this lovely drop is a tropical bowl packed to the rim with melon, mango, peach and grapefruit. There’s a pillowy softness to the palate and a lively acid line that drives its long finish. Welcome to one of our all-time favourites.

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Pirramimma Heritage Chardonnay 2022

We don’t need to tell you about Pirramimma, do we? By now if you’re a regular of Vinomofo, we’re betting that you’ve tried a drop or two from this legendary winery. To say their red wines have been fan favourites would be to severely understate the cult following of this brand. Yes mofo, their white wines are truly as iconic as their reds. This is as abundant as you might expect (or crave), abound with notes of toast, crème brûlée, hazelnut and ripe peaches. If chardonnay is a red wine lover’s white, then this has got to be the one.

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Pyren Vineyards Tanwood Chardonnay 2023

Delightful and approachable. Green apple, citrus, pear, a touch of soft vanilla. On the palate, it's crisp and clean but ripe and weighty, papaya and grapefruit offer ripe tropical flavours and aromatics. The acid is lively and vibrant through the finish. This is a perfect wine to have on hand all summer long, fresh, exciting, energetic, and fruit driven - it'll go with anything and it'll please anyone.This is a mid-week wine that doesn't muck about.

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