Tasting note: With straw colour, the Banrock Station Chardonnay exhibits intense fruit aromas of citrus, peach with hints of tropical fruit, delicate oak overtones. The palate displays fresh and juicy fruit salad flavours of peach, melon and honeydew, with a light oak influence. The mouthfeel is soft and creamy with a full bodied texture, balanced acid and excellent length
Banrock Station have been growing vines in South Australia’s Riverland since the 1960’s. This area of preserved natural beauty is what makes the brand and the wine unique. Banrock Station is renowned for these full-flavoured, fruit driven wines made with some of the world’s greatest grape varieties, grown under the Australian sun. Alongside traditional flavours, Banrock Station enjoy using these varieties with a twist for modern palates.