Richmond Grove `French Cask` Chardonnay 2012 (6 x 750mL), SE AUS.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049

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As this wine is labelled French Cask Chardonnay the use of French oak for maturation is required. The skill of the Winemaker is to ensure that the purity of the varietal flavours are enhanced and supported without any masking or domination of the oak

AUS - Multi-regional

Winery Tasting Notes


Vibrant pale straw with green hues


Fresh stone fruit and honeydew melon, with toasty oak and nuances of flint and seaweed.


Attractive citrus and fig flavours are perfectly balanced with soft lemony acid and an underlying creamy texture from partial Malolactic fermentation. Toasty

vanilla oak adds structure and length to the palate.


This wine exhibits and delivers on this design enabling the wine to be drunk young or to age gracefully for several years.

Food Matching

Happily served with seafood, white meats and creamy pastas.

AUS - Multi-regional
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Richmond Grove Wines maxim proclaims special wines from special places, and Richmond Grove is nested in its own special place, in the Barossa Valley town of Tanunda.

At Richmond Grove we believe that to make the best wine, the grapes must be selected from the regions most suited to that particular grape variety. For this reason we source our grapes from across Australia's most renowned wine making districts to create a portfolio of wines that showcase the distinctive characters of geographical regions within Australia.

Richmond Grove began life more than a century ago in 1897 when Ernst Gottlieb Hoffman began making wine under the Orange Grove label and the winery has been producing wine ever since. Over the past century the winery has undergone many changes, yet it has always maintained its grandeur and prominence in producing wines of exceptional quality.

In 1955 Australian winemaking icon, John Vickery joined to the company as Chief Winemaker, supervising all winemaking with his talented team. Almost 50 vintages later, he still calls Richmond Grove home. John is revered by many as one of Australia's most influential and successful winemakers. John has amassed more than 50 trophies and 400 gold medals for his white wines and 35 trophies and 200 medals for his red wines.

Today, under the management of Richmond Grove winemaker Steve Clarkson and with John Vickery's guidance this famous winery is producing premium regional varietal wines sourced from Australia's finest wine regions.

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