Primrose Path Chardonnay 2018 (6 x 750mL), SA.

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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RRP $19

$15.99 per Bottle
$95.94 per case


Sourced exclusively from fourth generation vignerons, the Grigoriou family who are based in the heart of the dry grown vineyards of the Monash Valley. Here the vines are stronger, healthier and simply put, produce exceptional fruit year in and year out.

These well-established vineyards, up to 30 years of age, are planted in some of Australia’s most fertile soils. At just under two hours from the famed Barossa, the area is rich in nutrients, has a mostly dry climate and receives most of rainfall through Autumn, which is perfect timing. The vineyards have good vigour, so vines are regulated with drip irrigation and planted widely to allow for growth also allowing the air flow to reduce disease pressure and help sustain organic practices.

South Australia

Expert Reviews

Rated: 91 Points Source: Sam Kim,, Jan 2019

"Elegant and attractively expressed, the bouquet shows white flesh stone fruit, rockmelon, lemon peel and subtle hazelnut characters. The palate delivers beautifully rounded mouthfeel and bright fruit flavours, backed by creamy texture and refreshing acidity, finishing long and soothing. At its best: now to 2021."

Winery Tasting Notes

This is a richly scented wine showing grapefruit, peach and green nectarine fruit flavours supported by subtle almond nut and white florals. The palate is mouth-filling with the breadth of fruit flavour on offer. Nectarine, pear, grapefruit, ginger and nuts flow long through the palate. Such a flavoursome wine that feels so light and fresh in the mouth makes this a terrific partner with many cuisines.

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The Primrose Path refers to a relaxed life of ease and pleasure. The trick is retaining grace whilst avoiding indulgence. Nowhere seems more suited to this life than in the heart of South Australia’s wine county, where regions are devoted to a culture of food and wine against a backdrop of dazzling natural beauty.

The use of organic viticulture throughout the region is growing rapidly as benefits are clearly being found in the resultant wines. Wines of vibrancy, freshness and full of flavour should be expected. Gentle handling throughout the winemaking process for the wines of Primrose Path ensure these fresher flavours make their way directly to your glass. 

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