Just like the region’s flora, this wine is distinctively Western Australian – white peach accents offer a bright, mid-weight finish to this gently oaked Chardonnay. Grown in handpicked sites across Australia’s Margaret River and Pemberton best performing regions for the Chardonnay grape varietal.
3 of 12,000 Flame Pea – Chorizema cordatum Lindl. The genus Chorizema contains approximately eighteen species and all but one are endemic to Western Australia. Chorizema cordatum, commonly known as the Heart-leaf Flame Pea, occurs naturally in the forests of south-western Australia on gravelly or loamy soils.
When in flower, this small scrambling shrub is conspicuous with its loose racemes of orange-red or yellow pea flowers. The plant flowers in spring; the blooms are in racemes up to 12 cm long and are borne either terminally or in the leaf axils.