Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses Chardonnay

You probably already love Gerard Bertrand Cote des Roses Rosé, it’s one of the most popular rosés in the province, but did you know there’s a chardonnay in the range, with the same beautiful bottle? Characterised by its easy drinking and its determination to be the ultimate food pairing wine, at warmer temperature you’ll find sweet pear, mango and almond, yet at cooler temperatures grapefruit and orange blossom. Juicy and delicious, I loved it with my tuna poke! CSPC +828506 $23-$26

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Nugan Estate Drover’s Hut Chardonnay 2015, Riverina, Australia

Always a favourite, Drover’s chardonnay has just the right balance of juicy apply-citrus fruit and just a hint of oak, but I like to take my chardonnays out of the fridge 20 minutes or so before drinking so they’re chilled but not ice cold, and the aromas are flavours are enhanced. On the palate you’ll taste sage, green olives, and soft fruit, perfect with my crab and Gruyere stuffed, baked portobello mushroom! A great value at around $19, CSPC +767831

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Nugan Estate Third Generation Chardonnay 2018, South Eastern Australia

Tropical fruit abounds in this budget-priced chardonnay from Nugan Estates, and depending on the temperature you serve it. you may detect notes of pineapple and coconut or peach and citrus. Whatever you taste, this soft and slightly woodsy chardonnay is a terrific food wine. Pair it with Aglio e Olio (Spaghetti with oil and garlic), roast chicken, anything with melted cheese, even poutine… the list is endless to pair with this wine! CSPC +726220, around $15

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