Mclean's Farm Barossa Chardonnay 2015
  • Legendary producer McLean's Farm
  • Packed with crisp citrus & nectarine flavours
  • Barossa Chardonnay of the highest order

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This exciting Barossa Chardonnay from legendary producer McLean's Farm highlights the quality of the 2015 vintage. Packed with crisp citrus and nectarine flavours, it's a Barossa Chardonnay of the highest order.

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Pork fillet with mash and wilted cabbage, crayfish, scallops or prawns.


12 months on oak.


Pale straw with green hues.


Fruit-driven with tropical fruit aromas some peach and nectarine hints, creamy complexity and hints of buttery oak.


This is fruity and flavoursome but at the same time refined, quite a feat. There are ripe peach and tropical fruit salad flavours with a nice twist of acidity and plenty of creamy, vanilla and cashew-nut oak to support the flavours.


You'll remember Bob McLean if you've ever met him at a wine tasting - he was the big, cheery chap who made Barossa winery St. Hallett famous. Bob had a great sense of humour, but he was serious about his wine - and especially serious about the Barossa. "I love wine from everywhere," he said. "But I discovered through the St Hallett years that I was all about the Barossa. That's where I wanted to be. The Barossa is mine." This flavoursome Chardonnay reflects Bob's desire to make wines that represent the absolute best of the Barossa.

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