In the 1980s Aussie Chardonnay got us ‘poms’ hooked on the whole wine thing. We’ve since been won over by Sauvignon and Pinot Grigio but sales suggest Chardonnay is making a comeback. The Full Fifteen is a fresh and peachy Australian classic.
"Fruity and delicious – love the oaky flavour. My favourite of your wines"
Online Review For the 2015 vintage
We asked our old Aussie mate Andrew ‘Big Mac’ McPherson to make us a ‘Chardie’ to go with his popular Full Fifteen red. A ‘no holds barred’ Chardonnay, yet balanced and well proportioned. We knew he'd more than stump up the goods. Andrew is hugely experienced. He grew up in the world of wine and went on to work for some top names in Oz before settling down to craft really characterful, great value wines like this one, under his own name. A small amount of fermentation in oak has lent this Chardonnay lovely toasty nuances, a nutty complexity and a soft creamy character. It’s an everyday wine that tastes much more expensive thanks to top grapes and Andrew’s know-how. A great choice with herby dishes such as tarragon chicken or herb baked cod.
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