Containing some of the higher, cooler vineyard sites in the
state, the Central Ranges is an important and recently
designated wine-growing zone. It is sometimes better known
for the regions it comprises: running north to south along the
western slopes of the Great Dividing Range (and in
descending order of size): Mudgee, Orange and Cowra.
Stone fruit, fig and subtle citrus flavours, balanced by toasty
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Whenever fledgling wine regions have sought to establish themselves on the international stage they have planted Chardonnay. It is everywhere – from England to India and everything in between. The vanilla-scented, creamy examples which sparked such demand in the 1980‘s have moved on, but Chardonnay still has endless possibilities ranging from crisp and flinty, biscuity and toasty to unctuous and buttery. From easy drinking through to super-serious, there are few grapes which reflect so clearly the climate in which they‘re grown or the hands of the winemaker.