Alkoomi Frankland River Victrix Chardonnay 2017

Hello Alkoomi Wines 2017 Victrix Chardonnay, I love you!

Alkoomi Frankland River Victrix Chardonnay 2017This was another gem Naomi brought with her to Sydney for us to enjoy and boy it’s a goodie.

This icon range from Alkoomi are all named after types of trees which can be found on their property in Frankland River in WA’s Great Southern Wine Region. This beauty is named after the Australian Eucalyptus Victrix.

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3drops Chardonnay 2017 Great Southern

Sadly I missed UnWined Subiaco in Perth this year so to soothe my sorrows I indulged in this bottle of delectable 3drops 2017 Chardonnay from WA’s Great Southern Wine Region.

3drops Chardonnay 2017 Great Southern3drops is family owned and operated and alongside making delicious wines they also make some super tasty olive oil. The team have recently scooped up a ton of awards at the various wine shows however it’s the Chardonnay that captures my taste buds.

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Logan Wines Clementine de la mer 2018

My parents are big fans of Logan Wines. They have visited the cellar door in Orange, NSW and they have a good stash of Logan reds in their cellar.

Logan Wines Clementine de la mer 2018Which is why I was very excited to try the new release ‘Clementine’ range from Logan. The range is inspired by and named after winemaker, Peter Logan’s daughter, Clementine Minnie Logan.

“Inspired by the sea, the pristine cold climate growing region of Orange and the sweet and sassy poppet Clementine”.
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d’Arenberg The Olive Grove Chardonnay

d'Arenberg The Olive Grove 2017 ChardonnaySurprisingly this combo of the d’Arenberg ‘The Olive Grove’ 2017 Chardonnay from South Australia went really well with a square or two of this Whittakers Dark Salted Caramel chocolate. Who would have thought!

When looking up what the name meant I learnt that apparently there are a lot of olive trees in McLaren Vale, including in d’Arenberg’s Chardonnay vineyard, hence the name! I picked this bottle up for $15 from my local bottle shop. Continue reading