Chardonnay (White) [shar-dun-NAY] Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety used to make a white varietal wine. Also used in blends, Chardonnay is often heavily wooded which affects the quality and price.
Introductory RangeClear and bright, straw with a hint of green. Oak and fruit are perfectly matched, each having its say without dominating: citrus peel and melon enriched by a subtle, savoury biscuit overlay.
Light, golden straw hue with a faint green tinge.
The Môreson Premium Chardonnay is our white wine award-magnet.
Enjoy with Smoked salmon, shellfish with rich sauces, pork, chicken with creamy sauces.
Dry, crisp and smooth this chardonnay has an abundance of fresh ripe white peach and melon aromas.
Seven Springs Unoaked Chardonnay style aims to showcase the character of the fruit that so often gets ignored in a wooded Chardonnay.
A light golden colour.
Intense and focused, many describe this one as Chablis-like.