Currency Creek Estate Winery Road Chardonnay Semillon

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Winery Road Chardonnay Semillon is a fruity and crisp Australian White Wine. Winery Road is a label of the cool climate Currency Creek Estate, owned by the esteemed Ballast Stone Vineyards. This proudly family owned estate is situated 80kms south of Adelaide in the Currency Creek Region adjacent to the Southern Ocean and Lake Alexandrina. 

Currency Creek prides itself on possessing a passion for producing authentically Australian wines that are consistently fruit driven in style and over-deliver on quality for price. This is exactly what is achieved with the Winery Road Chardonnay Semillon; an Australian White Wine that delivers a truly regional and Australian experience.

Tasting Note: Peach, summer stone fruits and melon are complemented with subtle tones of citrus, extending to a clean crisp finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
11886-UNIT
Alcohol %:
12.5
Varietal:
White Blend
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Region:
South Australia
Country:
Australia
Style:
Dry White

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