Best Value Chardonnay
Vendor Fogarty Wine Group

Best Value Chardonnay

Regular price: $210.00
Club price: $186.00
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A selection of three of our best value Chardonnay wines from around Australia, including our best selling Deep Woods Estate Chardonnay, the triple-gold medal winning Evans & Tate Redbrook Reserve Chardonnay and the incredible value Dalwhinnie Mesa Chardonnay.

2 x Deep Woods Estate 2023 Estate Chardonnay

2 x Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Estate Chardonnay

2 x Dalwhinnie 2021 Mesa Chardonnay

Deep Woods Estate 2023 Estate Chardonnay Reviews

Ray Jordan Wine Guide 2024

Just a little barrel fermentation has transformed this from the normal fruit-bomb style into a wine of sophistication and style, while still allowing the punchy savvy fruit to display its virtues. Typical characters of passionfruit, gooseberry and a little snow pea are lifted with a little of the lemony oak influence. A really attractive wine to drink while it is still fresh, but which can handle a little cellaring time.

93 Points 93

Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Estate Chardonnay Awards

Perth Royal Wine Awards 2022


Margaret River Wine Show 2022

Royal Hobart Wine Show 2021


Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Estate Chardonnay Reviews

Halliday Wine Companion 2023

Wild ferment, MLF blocked, matured for 10 months in barrel and a further 6 months in tank on lees. A reliably brilliant wine, this year is no exception. Classy fruit collides with toasty oak, all of it punctuated by bright acidity and fine texture. Super-smart +.

95 Points 95

Huon Hooke, The Real Review 2022

Light yellow hue, with reserved but intense, focused aromas and flavours of lemon and grapefruit with creamy less notes, lively acidity holding it all together in a tight-packed bundle, long and refined through the finish. Very good and has potential to deliver even more in time. 

94 Points 94

James Suckling 2022

Dried grapefruit, smoked almonds, brioche, seashells and wild herbs. Flint and hints of straw. Medium-bodied and intense with a smoky, toasty edge.

92 Points 92

Dalwhinnie 2021 Mesa Chardonnay Reviews

Jeni Port, Wine Pilot, August 2023

Before the first glass is broached, the first question here has to be: What is MESA? I looked it up, so you don’t have to. It’s Spanish for table. Spanish explorers of the American southwest used the word to describe the flat-topped hills they came across that looked like the tops of tables. The hills had steep sides worn down by erosion. Anyone who has visited the imposing 595m slopes of the Dalwhinnie vineyard at Moonambel will note a certain similarity. Dalwhinnie Chardonnay was – and is – the producer’s great white. A change of ownership to the Fogarty Wine Group in 2020 has seen the variety get a re-charge under chief winemaker, Julian Langworthy. The sense of power and substance remains, intertwined with a lovely elegance. It’s there from the first sniff of freshly zested lime, lemon curd, peach and cashew nut with a splash of quince paste. This is no lightweight. There are layers of fruit and oak to explore, buttery and textural in mouthfeel with a solid reserve of stone fruit at its heart. That citrussy fresh acid ping brings everything into focus. This wine gets your attention.

93 Points 93

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