Redemption Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2015
  • Rated 95 points by James Hallliday
  • Impressive label with iconic Sidney Nolan image
  • Pure, elegant and refined Chardonnay

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"Hand-picked, whole bunch-pressed, fermented in French oak, matured for 9 months. A very good wine with drive, verve and pure, cool grown chardonnay precision. Pink grapefruit leads the charge, but has stone fruit back-up, oak a major influence on texture and structure." 95 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2017.


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Butter chicken, cream-based pastas or roast organic chicken.


12 months new & seasoned French oak.


Pale straw yellow with green hues.


This Chardonnay shows citrus and peach characters with aromas of tropical fruits and integrated complex toasty oak overtones.


Vibrant flavours of citrus, lime and stonefruit. The palate is full with fine acidity and a long, crisp finish.


Fruit for this wine was grown in the exciting Tumbarumba wine region. Tumbarumba is one of Australia's coolest and most picturesque vineyard regions. The alpine climate is perfect cool climate Chardonnay's. The vineyards are planted in the foothills of the Australian Alps at elevation ranging between 500 and 800 metres. Soil types vary across the region from fertile basalt to soils formed from the ancient granite rock dominating the region.

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