Pipers Brook Estate Chardonnay 2013 (6 x 750mL), Tasmania.

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

RRP $34

$27.90 per Bottle
$167.40 per pack
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Sourced entirely from vineyards in the Pipers Brook region of northeastern Tasmania, the Pipers Brook Estate Chardonnay has fresh cool climate acidity, rich classic fruit charm in a well-balanced style.

This wine was produced from Pipers Brook's well-established low cropping vines overlooking Bass Strait. This coastal influence provides the vines natural vigor control and balance.

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Expert Reviews

Essentially delicious but with quality and class. Lime, white peach and Granny Smith apple flavours come threaded with lanolin and oak spice, but the juicy flavour sluicing through the palate is the main thrill. CM - Australian Wine Companion, Rating 94, 27th July 2015

Winery Tasting Notes


Vibrant, pale green golden straw.


Delicate and steely aromas, lush green fruits, apple, pear, citrus and limes, washed river bed quartz, hints of rock salt and mineral complexity, underlying stone fruit linger on the palate, with the soft tones of freshly toasted chestnuts and vanilla bean spice from fermentation in fine French oak barriques.


The palate is clean, fresh, vibrant and mineral tight, a new direction in style for the Estate Chardonnay, with longer more mineral stream lined acid balance, less obtrusive oak, a greater harmony between fruit intensity and palate cleaning, the retention of higher than previous levels of malic acid, and only some malolactic fermentation has lead this wine down a path of rejuvenated elegance, rather than that of the fat and full style of yesteryear. It is now long and satisfying; the fruit is concentrated, complex and refreshing, offering a classic Puligny aromatic profile of minerals, white peach, apple, and pear all tightly gathered together on the palate with the seamless fresh crisp acid and a structure for ageing.

Food Matching

Tasmanian smoked salmon; seafood terrine with cray meat or scallops; grilled lobster in butter; goat cheese salad; salad of roast baby beets, cumin, red onion, feta & balsamic; fresh Tasmanian seafood salads; Vietnamese dishes.

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