Acclaimed Australian Chardonnay
Vendor Fogarty Wine Group

Acclaimed Australian Chardonnay

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A curated selection of highly acclaimed Chardonnay wines from Margaret River and Tasmania. Each wine has been reviewed with 96 points.

2 x Deep Woods Estate 2021 Single Vineyard Chardonnay

2 x Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Reserve Chardonnay

2 x Lowestoft 2019 Chardonnay

Deep Woods Estate 2021 Single Vineyard Chardonnay Awards

Royal Queensland Wine Awards 2022


Melbourne Royal Wine Awards 2022

James Halliday Australian Chardonnay & Cabernet Challenge 2022

Margaret River Wine Show 2022

Blackwood Valley WA Boutique and Single Vineyard Wine Show 2022

Deep Woods Estate 2021 Single Vineyard Chardonnay Reviews

James Suckling 2022

Fantastic aromas of sliced cooked lemons and apple with flint, crushed stone, nutmeg and spiced pear. Medium to full body. Crisp acidity. Razor sharp. Oyster shells. Steely undertones. Tangy acidity. Drink or hold.

96 Points 96

Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion 2023

Fruit from Karridale. Hand picked, whole-bunch pressed, wild ferment, very minimal bâttonage, matured on lees for 9 months in a combination of new and seasoned French oak. A cool vintage, coupled with the southern growing area of Karridale, has imbued this wine with laser acidity and precise drive in the mouth. With citrus, red apples, white peach, creamy cashews and loads of brine (with some apricot squares through the finish) this provides a startlingly clear view of the 'other' style of chardonnay that Margaret River does so well. Harnessed volume is converted into superfine layers of taut fruit. It's concentrated, but it's also glass-like, with shards of acidity and chalky phenolics. Very cool.

95 Points 95

Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Reserve Awards

Royal Hobart Wine Show 2021


Best Chardonnay Dry White

International Wine Show Challenge 2023

National Wine Show of Australia 2023


Top Gold

Sydney Royal Wine Show 2022

Royal Queensland Wine Awards 2022

Margaret River Wine Show 2021


National Wine Show of Australia 2021


Perth Royal Wine Awards 2022

Melbourne Royal Wine Awards 2022

Halliday Chardonnay & Cabernet Challenge 2022


Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Reserve Reviews

2023 Ray Jordan Wine Guide

Oh wow. There is almost a pretty delicacy about this excellent Chardonnay at first then the awesome power kicks in and starts its relentless drive to that super long finish. Has a crunchy juicy mid palate with fine chalky acidity and a fine citrus tang balancing the complex savoury notes. Finishes dry and long.

96 Points 96

halliday wine companion 2023

Fermented and matured 10 months in French oak (18% new), followed by a further 8 months on lees in tank, prior to a year in bottle. Fresh and powerful, with a distinct linearity, thanks to the cool 2019 vintage. This is so taut and coiled right now as to be almost closed. It won't remain that way forever, but in the meantime, a decant is advised.

95 Points 95

James Suckling 2023

A flinty nose of baked lemons, grapefruit, white peaches and sweet herbs. Medium-bodied with subtle saline, mineral notes articulating the crisp citrus and apple fruit on the palate. Succulent.

92 Points 92

Lowestoft 2019 Chardonnay Reviews

Halliday Wine Companion 2022

Hand-picked fruit from the Tasman Peninsula, Coal River and Tamar Valleys. Fermented on full solids and matured 10 months in 35% new French oak hogsheads. Launching Tasmania's most exciting new premium label, the Fogarty Group sure has hit the ground running. This is pitch-perfect chardonnay that embraces the generosity of a warm season and frames it intricately in crystalline acidity, top-class oak and just the right whif of struck-flint reduction. Masterfully assembled and a joy to taste for the first time.

96 Points 96

Ray Jordan, The West Australian 2022

The fruit is sourced from the Tasmar Valley, Coal River Valley and the Tasman Peninsula. This shows the tremendous potential for Tasmanian chardonnay. It has a slightly savoury and lightly toasty aroma with traces of creamy stone fruit and honeysuckle. Throw in some lifted touches of grapefruit and lemon zest with the subtle intrusion of roasted cashew and you get some idea of its complexity. The palate is immensely powerful yet delivers with a degree of restraint and poise. Traces of cumquat and lemon peel (Best drinking: Now to 2031).

95 Points 95

Gary Walsh, The Wine Front 2022

Hand-picked fruit from the Tasman Peninsula, Coal River and Tamar Valleys. A bit of struck match, a lime/lemon margarita thing happening here, cinnamon oak, and a honey/floral perfume. It’s flinty and tight, lemon and lemon zest, a little white peach and nougat gloss and sweetness, but spicy and gently dusty, with a slight grainy wood tannin feel, and a tangy and bright finish of excellent length, some umami/chicken stock flavours in the aftertaste. Excellent.

94 Points 94

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