White Wine, Gippsland

The Gippsland wine region reaches from Victoria's high country in the north all the way to the Bass Strait in the south. It is capable of producing richly textured wines of distinction. Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz are the predominant varieties, though Pinot Gris is making a resurgence in recent years. It is the traditional Burgundian varieties of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that are the regions highlights.

West Gippsland is at approximately the same latitude as East Gippsland, but over 200 kms to the west, with the western boundary reaching the Yarra Valley. The climate in the West is less Mediterranean and warmer than the East as it is further inland.

South Gippsland is the coolest of the Gippsland subregions, and is heavily influenced by the Bass Strait and the rainfall there is also higher than in the East or West.
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  1. BASS PHILLIP ESTATE CHARDONNAY 2016
    Bass Phillip are one of Australia's most accomplished winemakers. This Chardonnay was matured in approximately 20% new oak. It has aromas of Lifted citrus & stonefruit. Well balanced, vibrant fruit and great acid structure. Subtle notes of toasty oak underlay, creating a ... Learn More
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  2. BASS PHILLIP PREMIUM CHARDONNAY 2017
    Complex perfume of white peach, nectarine, hints of oak & spice and an abundance of honeyed tones. Wonderful depth - stone fruit, hints of nuttiness. Complex wine which builds on the finish for extended intrigue. Only 80 dozen produced ... Learn More
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  3. BASS PHILLIP PREMIUM CHARDONNAY 2016
    Complex perfume of white peach, nectarine, hints of oak & spice and an abundance of honeyed tones. Wonderful depth - stone fruit, hints of nuttiness. Complex wine which builds on the finish for extended intrigue. Only 80 dozen produced ... Learn More
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