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From the modern and zippy to the all-out nostalgia butterball, chardy can do it all. But no matter what style you prefer, good chardonnay always has that air of something special about it. We’ve got a range of regions, styles and ages covered. Happy exploring!

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White
Chardonnay
Tasmania

Goaty Hill Family Select Chardonnay 2017
Struck Match
Citrus
Peach
Full-bodied
Grippy
Intense
Five Star James Halliday Rated Winery
Mofo Fave
Single Vineyard
Boutique Producer

The Tamar Valley in Northern Tasmania had an epic 2017 vintage. The vines ripened slowly and were hit by late warmth to get to the perfect levels of sugar and acid. This reserve chardonnay from Goaty Hill takes full advantage of the season and turns it up another notch with some time on lees in the finest of French oak. The wine is super-concentrated, intense but elegant, and bursting with that distinct struck match characteristic on the nose.

You'd pay $60.00 full price

White
Chardonnay
Central Otago

Wild Earth Chardonnay 2018
Allspice
Minerally
Citrus
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Winestate
Wine Orbit
Cameron Douglas MS

Wild Earth - is there anything this producer can’t do? Our mofos have been in love with their pinot noir for 5 vintages now and we are betting that you’ll have a similar sentiment about this chardonnay. From two vineyards in the Cromwell Basin, the grapes got all of that Otago sunshine, with the warmest growing season in years, so expect a powerful wine. For the nerds out there, this wine went through full malo and had time in French oak (15% new). Expect powerful stone fruit, minerality and both deep richness and elegance.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

White
Chardonnay
Yarra Valley

Mule Chardonnay 2019
Citrus
Minerally
Peach
Medium-bodied
Lively
Elegant
5 red star Halliday rated winery
Handpicked

Made by the team at Giant Steps, with all of the TLC that they use with their own wines, this is one super-classy wine. Stone fruit and a touch of lemon meringue pie on the nose, which matches the rich but refreshing palate. Fruit-forward and polished in an unmistakably new world chardonnay way. The cool Yarra acid rounds out the palate and lingers for a long time with that beautiful stone fruit. We are beyond delighted to welcome this win back to the site.

You'd pay $42.00 full price

White
Chardonnay
Tumbarumba

Hungerford Hill Chardonnay 2017
Cashew
Brioche
Citrus
Full-bodied
Bright
Opulent
Cowra Wine Show 2018
Cowra Wine Show 2018
Huon Hooke
18/20 Vinotebook

Hungerford Hill knows their way around chardonnay, especially from Tumbarumba. This chardy has everything and then some. A vibrant peaches and cream nose let you know you’re drinking chardonnay and the acid speaks clearly of Tumbarumba’s cold nights. In the winery, a combination of lees stirring and French oak have given the wine weight and texture, but it’s still super fruity in a grown-up sort of way. Three years old, this wine is drinking very well and will be for years.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

White
Chardonnay
France

Fortant Terroir D'Altitude Chardonnay 2018
Citrus
Minerally
Peach
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

Move over Margs. There’s a new chardy in town and her peaches and cream brings all the drinkers to the bar. Grown at altitudes of around 600 meters above sea level right down to the foothills in intensely fertile soils - this wine from the Languedoc makes complexity look easy. “Battonage” or “lees stirring” and some time in oak brings out the creaminess and texture that is nearly impossible to resist, while the flavour is brimming with fresh stone fruit, citrus and hints of white blossoms and jasmine. Oomph, vinified.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

White
Chardonnay
Beaujolais

Domaine des Nugues Chardonnay 2017
Almond
Apple
Lemon Zest
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Boutique Producer
French Import

Chardonnay or ‘blanc’ from Beaujolais, that’s a bit different, but not unexpected as the region is officially part of Burgundy. Gilles Gelin has been working his family plot for 20 years now and along with a superb set of gamays, makes this delightful chardy. It’s a fresh and medium-bodied style that is full of white flowers and citrus fruits, along with a few richer stone fruits and crunchy green apple. Oak is not an element of this wine, where fruit stars front and centre.

You'd pay $40.00 full price