Drayton's Bellevue Chardonnay 2015
  • Modern Chardonnay
  • Fruity with bright citrus characters
  • Famous family-owned winery

Drayton's Bellevue Chardonnay 2015 x12

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A thoroughly modern Chardonnay that is perfect with pasta carbonara or marinara. It is fruity and citrus like, with a little hit of vanilla. What you would expect from a traditional classic.

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Enjoy with pasta marinara or carbonara.


Partial maturation on French oak.


Bright straw yellow with soft green hints at the edges.


Delivers plenty of fresh stone fruit aromas with and a faint wisp of spicy, vanilla and honeyed oak characters. White peach with subtle oak.


Fresh, flavoursome, fruit-driven Chardonnay displaying ripe tropical fruit flavours backed by subtle oak treatment. Good levels of acidity ensure that the white peach & nectarine stone fruit flavours are kept in perfect balance and harmony. Crisp refreshing acid with long length of flavour.


In 1853 Joseph Drayton journeyed to Pokolbin where he purchased 80 acres of land, cleared it and built the historical "Bellevue" homestead. Later that decade he planted his first vines in the rich loam of "Bellevue" and the rest is truly history. These days, Drayton's look outside their traditional Hunter Valley home-base to wine regions across the country to find grapes for their comprehensive range of wines.

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