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Yalumba Organic Chardonnay

Yalumba Organic Chardonnay – Made with organic winemaking techniques with very little winemaking intervention. Has aromas of peach, melon and ripe stone fruits, which are complemented by a touch of funk from the wild yeast fermented characters. The palate is a beautiful layering of distinct flavours starting with stone fruits and hints of lemon rind, leading to a creamy custard apple finish.

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Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: AustralianRegion: South AustraliaAlcohol: 13%Vintage: 2018Grape Details: ChardonnayOrganic/Biodynamic: OrganicSKU: YALUM12

£11.99 a bottle

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Yalumba

“Founded in 1849 by Samuel Smith, Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family owned winery. Today, the winery is owned by fifth generation descendants, Robert & Sam Hill Smith and their families.
Yalumba is determined to create wines with genuine regional character, varietal flavour and individual personality; wines that say remarkable things about some of the world’s most remarkable wine regions.”

South Australia

South Australia is the largest wine producing state of Australia. It may be surprising to most that the Riverland region is the state’s largest grape producing area. The Barossa Valley is famed for its full-bodied, rich, ripe and generous reds. The Coonawarra is internationally renowned for its Cabernet Sauvignon (and prized ‘terra rossa’ soils). Padthaway, McLaren Vale, and the Clare Valley all make major contributions, and the importance of the Adelaide Hills is rapidly increasing.

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