Russell & Suitor Cazadora Chardonnay Tasmania 2020
  • Chardonnay
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 2 g/l
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 13.00% alc./vol

Russell & Suitor Cazadora Chardonnay Tasmania 2020

Regular price $41.95per bottle ($503.40per case)
12 bottles per case


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Winemaker Alex Russell’s journey into the world of fermentation began with humble beginnings. Starting at a young age making home-brewed beverages, his interests eventually led him to formal education, where he studied the exciting world of Viticulture and Wine Science. After spending time cutting his teeth in the Australian wine industry, he began developing his own projects. Alex’s obsession with quality and sustainability are unwavering. Nowhere is this more evident than with the release of his newest range of wines under the Russell & Suitor banner.

Inspired by the idyllic and pristine terroir of Tasmania, and the new opportunities such a climate presents, Alex has eagerly begun crafting elegant wines with familiar confidence and the gentle hand required for cool-climate winemaking.

 This Tasmanian Chardonnay shows citrusy aromas with green apple and orchard fruits  lightly tossed in toasted sweet spices. Bright acidity cuts through the creamy texture on the palate, striking an elegant balance between the soft texture and aromatic profile of the fruit and new French oak. A beautifully crafted wine with an exquisite cool-climate profile. 

 Serve with pan roasted chicken breast and seasonal roasted veggies. 

Press Reviews


91 Points-David Lawrason

There is a certain charm and freshness here that must be thanks to the Tasmanian origin, but it is setting out to be a serous chardonnay at the same time. There is considerable lees, toast and hazelnut on the nose but bright apple pushes through. Almost a hint of orange too, which is a descriptor I rarely use for chardonnay. It is light to mid-weight, firm and fresh with a perfumed quality, plus lemon, on the finish. The length is excellent. Intriguingly different. Tasted January 2022