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Pelican Point Chardonnay 2015
  • Flavour, character and vivacity
  • Customer favourite
  • Always over-delivers

Pelican Point Chardonnay 2015 x12

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Pelican Point's loyal band of followers look forward to each new release, because Pelican Point always packs its wine with interesting flavours. The popularity of this crowd-pleasing white means you can pour it in any company knowing it will be enjoyed by everyone whose lips it passes.

Wine Region

SOUTH EAST AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Chardonnay

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Char-grilled crayfish tails with lime butter.

Oak

Subtle French oak usage.

Colour

Pale straw with green hues.

Nose

Ripe peach, melon and citrus aromas supported by carefully integrated French oak.

Palate

Delicious white stone fruit with melon and lemon curd flavours. The subtle creamy French oak adds structure with fresh lingering acidity.

Background

When the Pelican Point label first appeared on the scene 19 years ago, it was an instant hit with Wine Club Members. In fact, it has since achieved something of a cult following - a growing band of loyal supporters eagerly awaits each new release of Pelican Point. Perhaps that's because all Pelican point wines share a fresh, fruit-driven character and offer outstanding value for money.

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