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The Black Stump Chardonnay Pinot Grigio 2022

South Eastern Australia

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Gifted winemaker Alan Kennett adds much-loved Pinot Grigio to ripe, peachy Chardonnay to craft this tasty white. Crisp and citrusy, yet ripe and rounded, this Aussie white is vibrant, satisfying and versatile. A great party wine and crowd pleaser.

Gifted winemaker Alan Kennett adds much-loved Pinot Grigio to ripe, peachy Chardonnay to craft this tasty white. Crisp and citrusy, yet ripe and rounded, this Aussie white is vibrant, satisfying and versatile. A great party wine and crowd pleaser.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Fresh and citrusy with peach and nectarine fruit and creamy spice

Aroma

Ripe apricot, creamy peach, lemon notes

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

The Black Stump Chardonnay Pinot Grigio 2022

More information

  • 12.5% ABV
  • 9.38 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 30 June, 2025

This fruity, mouthwatering, beautifully balanced white comes from a renowned cellar in the remote Riverina region that also provides our No.1 bestselling red of the same name. Aussies will say that something is the best thing this side of ‘the black stump’ (some mythical outback place), and we thought it an ideal name for this wine. But an isolated location hasn’t stopped the Casella family from running one of the country’s most successful wineries, winning countless awards including the coveted Jimmy Watson Trophy, Aussie wine’s equivalent of an Oscar. For English winemaker Alan Kennett, however, the ultimate accolade is knowing his wines grace so many tables back home. Ideal with pasta and creamy mushroom sauce, stir-fry or roast chicken.

"Fabulous. Never disappoints. Easy to drink with friends" 5-Star Online Review
For the 2021 vintage
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