Woodlawn Tasmania Three Wishes Chardonnay 2021 (6 Bottles) Tamar Valley

$391.00 GST Included


The Three Wishes Chardonnay from Woodlawn Tasmania is part of the new single vineyard releases from Ricky Evans, made with fruit from the family farm.

The vineyard source for this wine was planted in 2000, and located on the eastern bank of the Tamar River where it gets both bright sun and a little influence from the river just a couple hundred metres away.

It’s a fully flavoured yet bright expression of Chardonnay, with fresh natural acidity and a beautiful texture thanks to the time spent resting on its lees in tank. Quality from first to last sip.



About Woodlawn Tasmania

Woodlawn Tasmania is the umbrella under which Ricky Evans’ three wine labels coalesce.

His three labels include the regional Two Tonne Tasmania series of Tamar Valley Riesling, Chardonnay and sub-regional Pinot Noirs, the experimental series of wines under the Havilah label made for his wine bar in Launceston of the same name and his Single Vineyard range of exceptional premium wines from his beloved Tamar Valley vineyards farmed by Ricky himself.

Evans is one of Tasmania’s most dynamic winemakers. Over his time since serendipitously starting the Two Tonne Tasmania label in 2013, Ricky’s approach to both farming grapes and making wine has matured dramatically. The young gun is now an established player in the upper echelon of the island and is set to be one of Tasmania’s most influential voices in wine for many years to come.

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