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Red Label Chardonnay 2021

Red Label Chardonnay 2021

Red Label Chardonnay 2021

Overview

Overview

A bright, fresh Chardonnay designed to be enjoyed while young and vibrant. Fruit driven and bursting with flavours of stone fruits and subtle, spicy oak, the palate is soft, round and textural with a long, creamy finish.

Wolf Blass Wines, established in 1966, has grown from a humble tin shed to become one of the world’s most successful and awarded wineries. Today, Wolf Blass wines are exported to more than 50 countries and are recognised internationally as icons of modern winemaking. The essence of Wolf Blass wines is exemplified through the passion of its custodians, past and present as they continue to create wines of quality, character and consistency.

Sourced from premium vineyards, Red Label wines are a testament to our blending expertise. Ready to drink on release, the smooth Red Label blends provide easy-drinking options offering fruit-driven flavours, soft, approachable palates and excellent value.

Varietal Chardonnay
Vintage 2021
Country Australia
Region South East Australia
Volume 750 mL
Closure Screw Cap
Alc/Vol 13.5%
Peak Drinking Now – 2022
Winemaker John Ashwell

Food Pairing

Food Pairing

Beef
Chicken
Fish
Seafood
Pork
Cheese
Cured Meat
Pasta
Salad
Veg

Taste Description

Taste Description

Nose

Aromas of white peach and pear skin with hints of flint and subtle, spicy oak.

Flavours and Palate

A soft, rounded, textural palate with plenty of juicy stone fruit flavours and a long, creamy finish.
 

Viticulture Vintage & Winemaking

Viticulture Vintage & Winemaking

South Australia

Home to the oldest vines in the country, and no less than 18 wine growing regions, South Australia accounts for almost 50% of Australia’s wine production. The Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek and Coonawarra are well known for their world class reds, with Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley and Eden Valley praised for their exceptional Chardonnay and Riesling.