: Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma, California, USA
: Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape in the world, from Burgundy in France to Australia and back to California. The Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma produces some of the most sought-after wines in the world. With its combination of well drained, rich volcanic soil, long California growing seasons, copious sunshine and cool coastal breezes, it produces grapes of powerful and unique intensity.
Fruit shines through with citrus scents and tropical flavours in this fresh, well-balanced wine while its rich, round mouthfeel lingers to a long, crisp finish.
: With a bold flavor and mouth-filling fruit, it will complement almost any meal, including grilled chicken, fresh salmon, lobster, or pasta with cream sauces.
: Allows for early consumption, with a minimum of two months recommended.
18liters/ 4.2 US Gallons, Yields 23liters/ 6 US Gallons.
Ready to bottle in 8 weeks.