Krondorf Growers Eden Valley Chardonnay 2015
  • Stunning Barossa Chardonnay
  • From award-winning Krondorf winery
  • Lifted stone fruit characters and a lengthy finish

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This stunning Barossa Chardonnay comes from the award-winning Krondorf winery. It has an excellent combination of stone fruit aromas with melon notes, balanced by crisp acidity giving a great structure and lengthy finish.

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Butter Chicken and Basmati rice.


12 Months French oak


Pale straw with green hues


Lifted stone fruit aromas balanced with subtle oak.


Excellent combination of stone fruit aromas with melon notes, balanced by crisp acidity giving a great structured and lengthy finish.


The Krondorf winery dates back to 1860, but it wasn't until the 1970s that the Krondorf label really took off under the guidance of Grant Burge and Ian Wilson. In 1980 they won the coveted Jimmy Watson Trophy, which propelled the label into the national spotlight, and Krondorf hasn't looked back winning hundreds of awards since.Krondorf maintains its focus of producing wines that are truly representative of the Barossa. Over the years the winery has forged strong relationships with local grape growers that gives them priority access to some of the finest vineyards in the Barossa. This ensures the quality of Krondorf wines remains consistently high from year to year.The Growers: Peter & Rebecca Miles and Errol & Nadia Crook.

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