Bird In Hand Blackbird Chardonnay 2015
  • Bird in Hand rated 5 red stars, James Halliday
  • Classic, elegant cool-climate Chardonnay
  • Crisp peach and stonefruit characters

Bird In Hand Blackbird Chardonnay 2015 x12

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When it comes to Australia's finest Chardonnays, Adelaide Hills is widely renowned as one of the country's best regions. It's home to complex wines with refined citrus and crisp tropical notes, like this fresh, lively 2015 release from 5-star Bird in Hand.


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Lightly braised Tasmanian scallops drizzled with lemon.


Older French oak


Pale straw with golden hues


Complex and refined lifted citrus and tropical fruit aromas.


Fresh peach and stonefruit flavours with crisp, steely citrus acid and subtle toasty finish.


In 1997, Andrew Nugent planted vineyards and an olive grove on 100 acres on Bird in Hand Road, Woodside. The road itself was named after the "Bird in Hand" gold mine that operated in the district in the 1850s. Four hundred metres above sea level, the vineyards face north and boast deep, well drained red earth, formed from metamorphic rock. Bird in Hand enjoys local and international recognition from lovers of exceptional wine through to wine collectors and judges, including one of our most recent awards: "World's Best Shiraz" for Nest Egg Shiraz 2010. Each accolade is a reflection of the expertise, deliberation, and passion that go into creating each Bird in Hand wine.

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