Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay - Geographe, Western Australia 6 Pack Value
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Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay - Geographe, Western Australia 6 Pack Value
Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay - Geographe, Western Australia 6 Pack Value
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Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay - Geographe, Western Australia 6 Pack Value

Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023 - Geographe, Western Australia 6 Pack Value

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Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023 6 pack. This exquisite white wine embodies the essence of its terroir, offering a perfect balance of elegance and complexity. This Chardonnay showcases enticing aromas of ripe peach, citrus zest, and subtle oak. On the palate, experience layers of creamy texture, vibrant acidity, and flavors of stone fruits and toasted almonds, leading to a long and satisfying finish. Elevate any occasion with the sophistication and allure of Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023, a true expression of Geographe winemaking excellence. 

6 x Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023 - Geographe, Western Australia

93/100 Mike Bennie, Halliday Wine Companion (2022 vintage)
93/100 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (2022 vintage)
91/100 James Suckling (2022 vintage)
91/100 James Suckling (2021 vintage)
90/100 Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion (2021 vintage)
90/100 James Suckling (2021 vintage)

5 Stars - James Halliday

Silver - Georgraphe Wine Show (2022 vintage)

Mike Bennie, Halliday Wine Companion "Produced from the famed Gingin chardonnay clone. A lushness but also strong minerality and crunch of texture despite the generosity of stone fruits and quite lavish seasoning of spicy, cinnamon-tinged French oak. Feels energetic and refreshing, with lots of good detail and a fair deal of what the boffins would call complexity." (2022 vintage)

Robert Parker, Wine Advocate "The 2022 G1-10 Chardonnay leads with crushed nuts, preserved citrus, some curry leaves and a swathe of orchard fruits, with green apples and feijoa to boot. In the mouth, brilliant intensity shows a profusion of sunshine and fresh air in the vineyard (the fruit is ripe but fresh/clean/restrained). This is routinely a smart wine and very good value for the money. Beeswax and lanolin to close. One of the best G1-10 Chardonnays on release that I have seen.

James Suckling "Some smokiness on the nose, alongside grilled apricot and pineapple. Butter cream and toast, too. Medium- to full-bodied with a rich and buttery mouth-feel and a flavorful finish" (2022 vintage)

James Suckling "Peaches, lemon pith, mango stones, salted butter, flint and cedar notes here. Full-bodied and compact, yet energetic with tangy acidity. Intense, but could do with a little more length. " (2021 vintage)

Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion "The acidity punctuates the yellow peach fruit, giving it lift and life. The oak is evident, as in vintages prior (usually a positive feature of the wine), and shapes the fruit in the mouth. It is still very pert (and a touch metallic) at this stage, however will likely settle in a year or so. In the immortal words of Doc (Back to the Future), 'The future isn't written yet, it can be changed'. Who knows. But it's good now." (2021 vintage)

James Suckling "Mango, lemon curd, baked apple, vanilla and butter on the nose. It’s full-bodied with bright acidity and a buttery, fleshy texture. Ripe and concentrated." (2020 vintage)

Halliday Australian Wine Companion "Many of its wines offer exceptional value for money."

The Australian Wine "(Australai's N# 1 Wine Critic James) Halliday listed Willow Bridge among his ‘Dark Horse Wineries of 2013’ and then his ‘Best Wineries of 2014’. The estate has also won Most Successful Western Australian Exhibitor at the Perth Wine Show three times!"

Halliday Australian Wine Companion "Willow Bridge Estate is family owned and operated by principals Jeff and Vicki Dewar, who bought the picturesque 180-hectare hillside property in 1996 after an exhaustive search of the state for the ideal vineyard site from which to realize their shared vision of producing world class wines which are both opulent and accessible. The estate is located in a hidden jewel of an area known as the Ferguson Valley (in Geograph Bay in Western Australia) which, at that time, was home to only a few small vineyards. Immediately planting 60 hectares of vines and then building a state of the art winery (the first winery in the area) in time for their first vintage in 2000, established Willow Bridge as the pioneering estate of the area and demonstrated the family’s confidence in the property and resolve to see their vision become reality."

Willow Bridge Estate continues to attract acclaim for the relatively newly established wine growing region of Geographe which is located adjacent to its more famous neighbour, Margaret River, in Western Australia. Wine critcs have heralded the winery for producing quality, good value wines. Winemaking is by veteran Western Australian winemaker, Kim Horton.

The Geographe wine growing region is located near the southern end of the Western Australia's Indian Ocean coast, between the emerging Peel region and famous Margaret River – with which its terroir shares several similarities. The best wines grown in this region include fruity Cabernet Sauvignon (often blended with Merlot), gamey Shiraz, rich, citrusy Chardonnay, and grassy 'SSB' blends of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. The region's profile is increasing with several Geographe wineries winning national and international awards annually. At the heart of Western Australia's wine industry, the region supplies more than 10% of Western Australia's wine.

Chardonnay is one of the world’s most popular grapes, Chardonnay is made in a wide range of styles from lean, to rich, creamy white wines aged in oak. Bolder, richer, full-bodied and buttery Chardonnays are made using oak and are produced in California, Burgundy, and Australia. Unoaked chardonnays such as Chablis and those produced in Chile, New Zealand, and other parts of France are leaner and often crisp and mineraly, with delicate flavors. By law, if a label says “Chablis,” it must be Chardonnay.

Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023 6 pack. This exquisite white wine embodies the essence of its terroir, offering a perfect balance of elegance and complexity. This Chardonnay showcases enticing aromas of ripe peach, citrus zest, and subtle oak. On the palate, experience layers of creamy texture, vibrant acidity, and flavors of stone fruits and toasted almonds, leading to a long and satisfying finish. Elevate any occasion with the sophistication and allure of Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023, a true expression of Geographe winemaking excellence. 

6 x Willow Bridge Estate G1-10 Chardonnay 2023 - Geographe, Western Australia

93/100 Mike Bennie, Halliday Wine Companion (2022 vintage)
93/100 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (2022 vintage)
91/100 James Suckling (2022 vintage)
91/100 James Suckling (2021 vintage)
90/100 Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion (2021 vintage)
90/100 James Suckling (2021 vintage)

5 Stars - James Halliday

Silver - Georgraphe Wine Show (2022 vintage)

Mike Bennie, Halliday Wine Companion "Produced from the famed Gingin chardonnay clone. A lushness but also strong minerality and crunch of texture despite the generosity of stone fruits and quite lavish seasoning of spicy, cinnamon-tinged French oak. Feels energetic and refreshing, with lots of good detail and a fair deal of what the boffins would call complexity." (2022 vintage)

Robert Parker, Wine Advocate "The 2022 G1-10 Chardonnay leads with crushed nuts, preserved citrus, some curry leaves and a swathe of orchard fruits, with green apples and feijoa to boot. In the mouth, brilliant intensity shows a profusion of sunshine and fresh air in the vineyard (the fruit is ripe but fresh/clean/restrained). This is routinely a smart wine and very good value for the money. Beeswax and lanolin to close. One of the best G1-10 Chardonnays on release that I have seen.

James Suckling "Some smokiness on the nose, alongside grilled apricot and pineapple. Butter cream and toast, too. Medium- to full-bodied with a rich and buttery mouth-feel and a flavorful finish" (2022 vintage)

James Suckling "Peaches, lemon pith, mango stones, salted butter, flint and cedar notes here. Full-bodied and compact, yet energetic with tangy acidity. Intense, but could do with a little more length. " (2021 vintage)

Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion "The acidity punctuates the yellow peach fruit, giving it lift and life. The oak is evident, as in vintages prior (usually a positive feature of the wine), and shapes the fruit in the mouth. It is still very pert (and a touch metallic) at this stage, however will likely settle in a year or so. In the immortal words of Doc (Back to the Future), 'The future isn't written yet, it can be changed'. Who knows. But it's good now." (2021 vintage)

James Suckling "Mango, lemon curd, baked apple, vanilla and butter on the nose. It’s full-bodied with bright acidity and a buttery, fleshy texture. Ripe and concentrated." (2020 vintage)

Halliday Australian Wine Companion "Many of its wines offer exceptional value for money."

The Australian Wine "(Australai's N# 1 Wine Critic James) Halliday listed Willow Bridge among his ‘Dark Horse Wineries of 2013’ and then his ‘Best Wineries of 2014’. The estate has also won Most Successful Western Australian Exhibitor at the Perth Wine Show three times!"

Halliday Australian Wine Companion "Willow Bridge Estate is family owned and operated by principals Jeff and Vicki Dewar, who bought the picturesque 180-hectare hillside property in 1996 after an exhaustive search of the state for the ideal vineyard site from which to realize their shared vision of producing world class wines which are both opulent and accessible. The estate is located in a hidden jewel of an area known as the Ferguson Valley (in Geograph Bay in Western Australia) which, at that time, was home to only a few small vineyards. Immediately planting 60 hectares of vines and then building a state of the art winery (the first winery in the area) in time for their first vintage in 2000, established Willow Bridge as the pioneering estate of the area and demonstrated the family’s confidence in the property and resolve to see their vision become reality."

Willow Bridge Estate continues to attract acclaim for the relatively newly established wine growing region of Geographe which is located adjacent to its more famous neighbour, Margaret River, in Western Australia. Wine critcs have heralded the winery for producing quality, good value wines. Winemaking is by veteran Western Australian winemaker, Kim Horton.

The Geographe wine growing region is located near the southern end of the Western Australia's Indian Ocean coast, between the emerging Peel region and famous Margaret River – with which its terroir shares several similarities. The best wines grown in this region include fruity Cabernet Sauvignon (often blended with Merlot), gamey Shiraz, rich, citrusy Chardonnay, and grassy 'SSB' blends of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. The region's profile is increasing with several Geographe wineries winning national and international awards annually. At the heart of Western Australia's wine industry, the region supplies more than 10% of Western Australia's wine.

Chardonnay is one of the world’s most popular grapes, Chardonnay is made in a wide range of styles from lean, to rich, creamy white wines aged in oak. Bolder, richer, full-bodied and buttery Chardonnays are made using oak and are produced in California, Burgundy, and Australia. Unoaked chardonnays such as Chablis and those produced in Chile, New Zealand, and other parts of France are leaner and often crisp and mineraly, with delicate flavors. By law, if a label says “Chablis,” it must be Chardonnay.