Chardonnay - 6pk
Chardonnay - 6pk
2022 Adelaide Hills Chardonnay
Little Ripples Chardonnay, straight from Adelaide Hills, is your golden ticket to everyday luxury. Elevate each sip, from quiet moments of reflection to laughter-filled gatherings.
Born from a season kissed by cool breezes and gentle rains, this Chardonnay celebrates Adelaide Hills' legacy as a premium cool climate Wine Region. The year 2022 was marked by a cool ripening period, giving this wine its unique character and freshness.
Nestled in the Adelaide Hills, where a cooler spring and well-timed summer and autumn rains led to a harvest that preserved the vibrant flavours and natural acidity, ensuring a wine that is true to its roots.
Immerse yourself in a symphony of zesty orange peel aromas, complemented by the crunch of white stone fruits. The finale? A delightful hint of hazelnut warmth that rounds off every sip.
From grilled seafood to creamy pasta dishes, this Chardonnay is a culinary chameleon, that effortlessly complements a wide range of flavors. It's your secret weapon for creating unforgettable dining experiences.
Each bottle of Little Ripples is more than just wine—it's a promise. With every sip, you're giving someone a year of clean water. Sip with purpose, cherish every moment, and see the ripple effect of your choice. Learn more about your impact.
To date, together we've provided 358,500 people access to clean drinking water.
It's not just wine; it's a revolution in taste. Revel in the rich flavour without the unwanted sugars. Zero sugar, low carb, and every pour is a toast to a healthier you.
0g sugar per serve
79 calories per serve
What’s Inside The Bottle
THE RIPPLE EFFECT
By choosing to enjoy a bottle of Little Ripples, you are setting off a ripple effect that can be a big change in our world. For every bottle sold, Little Ripples give 1 year of clean water to 1 person in a developing community. We achieve this through the building of wells and water systems. Having access to clean water has a huge impact on health, education, and the lives of the people on the planet that need it the most.