Petaluma Yellow Label Chardonnay

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Petaluma, founded in 1976, crafts ultra-premium wines by carefully selecting the best sites within a particular region suited to a chosen variety. The Petaluma team, led by Andrew Hardy, see themselves as custodians of the great vineyards, with their winemaking in turn responsive and instinctive. This translates into award-winning wines from the best regions of South Australia. 

Petaluma harvests chardonnay fruit from seven distinguished site vineyards in the Piccadilly Valley sub-region of the Adelaide Hills. The result is a very textured wine with lovely lingering acidity. A complex array of melon fig and cashew aromas is followed by a typically elegant and subtle palate with beautifully integrated oak. A benchmark in Australian Chardonnay.

One of the most pleasing Australian Chardonnay's and a wonderful showcase of the magnificent Piccadilly Valley Vineyards. A full-flavoured, fruit driven Chardonnay from the magnificent Piccadilly Valley in the beautiful Adelaide Hills.

Tasting Note: A delicate, yet full flavoured chardonnay. Clean bright ripe white peach and nectarine aromas. A wonderful creamy mouth feel with lovely natural acidity contributing to a wine of great complexity and length.

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Picadilly Valley
Dry White

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