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Why do we love this wine?

Introducing another scandalously fine chardonnay from one of Australia’s hottest producers. Seriously, the grapes these guys touch turn to gold in the form of the world’s biggest wine awards. Loaded with near perfect point scores, this chardy confidently continues a high-achieving tradition with panache. We maxed out the superlatives sipping on this, and we reckon you’ll get tongue-tied when you taste it too.

Profile

Cashew
Flinty
Grapefruit
Light-bodied
Fresh
Delicate

Oakridge were the first to recognise the potential of the Upper Yarra Valley to produce award winning wines and have owned it ever since. David Bicknell’s winemaking philosophy and encyclopedic knowledge of his vineyards results in wines stamped with a sublime sense of place. A single vineyard stunner from a prestigious site near Gladysdale, this brandishes a style and elegance we’ve come to expect as standard from these 5 red star producers.

Like a tiger ready to pounce, this is poised and loaded with heartstopping energy and beauty. Aromas of lemon curd, white peach, cashew, subtle spice and a hint of flint leap from the glass. With citrus flavours and a mineral like texture, the palate is clean and perfectly balanced. This chardy had the power to silence our buyers… an unusual event that highlights the exceptional nature of this rare and magnificent beast. Be sure to catch a glimpse of it before it slinks off.

Awards

James Halliday
The Wine Front
5 Red Star Producer
Wine Nerd Stuff
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Specs

Region
Yarra Valley
Vintage
2014
Cellaring
2024
Preservatives
Sulphites
Alcohol by Vol.
13.4%
Closure
Screwcap
Bottle Vol
750mL
Blend Info
100% Chardonnay
Serving Temp.
12.0°C

Tasting

From the producer

Winemaking

Viticulture
Crafting

Producer

Oakridge

Region

Yarra Valley
Food Union
The rules are there ain’t no rules, but here are some foods we think will work pretty well with this wine...

Goes with

Creamy Sauces
Pork
Rabbit