Gillie and Marc Chardonnay Pursuit of Happiness 2015 (6 x 750mL) SA

Gillie and Marc have always said that the happiest people in this world aren’t the ones who have the best of everything. Instead, they’re the ones who make the best of what they have.

Dogman and Rabbitgirl are the same and their mantra is “Don’t look for happiness, create it!”

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Gillie and Marc Chardonnay Pursuit of Happiness 2015 (6 x 750mL) SA

Gillie and Marc Chardonnay Pursuit of Happiness 2015 (6 x 750mL) SA

Lot No: 0011-2475378

Gillie and Marc have always said that the happiest people in this world aren’t the ones who have the best of everything. Instead, they’re the ones who make the best of what they have. Dogman and Rabbitgirl are the same and their mantra is “Don’t look for happiness, create it!” (264018-1)

$1.50
per Bottle

$9
per package

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Gillie and Marc Chardonnay Pursuit of Happiness 2015 (6 x 750mL) SA

Gillie and Marc Chardonnay Pursuit of Happiness 2015 (6 x 750mL) SA

Lot No: 0011-2475383

Gillie and Marc have always said that the happiest people in this world aren’t the ones who have the best of everything. Instead, they’re the ones who make the best of what they have. Dogman and Rabbitgirl are the same and their mantra is “Don’t look for happiness, create it!” (264018-1)

$1.50
per Bottle

$9
per package

Overview

Gillie and Marc have always said that the happiest people in this world aren’t the ones who have the best of everything. Instead, they’re the ones who make the best of what they have.

Dogman and Rabbitgirl are the same and their mantra is “Don’t look for happiness, create it!”

Region:
SA - Langhorne Creek
State:
South Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Appearance

Pale yellow with golden hues

Palate

Fresh, lively mineral notes

Fresh and aromatic with notes of stone fruit and melon. Delicately bodied with subtle minerality, French oak and a velvety finish.

One of Australia's best kept secrets, Langhorne Creek is located southeast of Adelaide along the Bremer River. Access to water, rich alluvial soils and cooling breezes from Lake Alexandrina produce mild even growing seasons and help make Langhorne Creek an ideal wine growing region.