The Home Farm Chardonnay - Australia
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Crisp, fresh wine with generous citrus and passion fruit flavours that linger, creating a satisfying finish.
About Berton Vineyards
Berton Vineyards was established in 1996 by Bob and Cherie Berton when they purchased a block of land in High Eden, a sub region of the Barossa Valley, South Australia.
This idyllic property sits 450m above sea level on gently rolling hills. Bob and Cherie set about planting the first Berton Vineyard cuttings that spring - ten acres of Shiraz and seven acres of Chardonnay. In 2005 when the former Southcorp winery in Yenda NSW became available, Bob and Cherie joined with Jamie Bennett, Paul Bartholomaeus and James Ceccato to form Berton Vineyards the company so that it could be in control of it’s own production.
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Alcohol Volume- 12.5 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Wine - WhiteCountry Of Origin- Australia
Brand- The Home Farm
Availability- In stock
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