The winery is Leeuwin from Margaret River, Australia. Discover smells like Golden Delicious apple and caramelized butter. Mingling of ripe pineapple. A dry wine with a full body. Thinking of a meal that includes Hollandaise sauce, sea bass or veal scaloppini? Complement it with this wine.
Scented by red apple, nutmeg, orange blossom and toast. The winery is Davis Family Vineyards from Russian River Valley, California. The flavors create a full-bodied and dry effect. A mix of ripe pineapple, creme brulee and flan. Our sommelier recommends pairing this Chardonnay with yam, salmon or broiled lobster.
Find scents like plantain and red apple. Detect flavors of poached pear and ripe pineapple. This Chardonnay is floral and crisp to taste. Wine experts suggest pairing this Chardonnay with cold beef or deglazes of Marsala. The winery is Foxglove from Central Coast, California.
Enjoy hints of crimson nectarine and magnolia flowers. From Southern Rhone, France, produced by Guigal. Watch flavors like nectarine, tart citrus and dry earth mix together. Dry wine that has a medium body. Cheeses such as Burrata or cheddar would match this it.
Made by Remi Jobard in Burgundy, France. Observe characteristics of orchard fruit, tangy pineapple and creme brulee reveal themselves. A dry wine with a full body. This Chardonnay brings out the best in such foods as pasta with a white sauce, portabella mushrooms or pork loin.
This Italian white has a rich and intense bouquet, with complex fragrances of wildflowers and honey. Persistent on the mouth with a perfect balance of body and acidity that creates a sumptuous palate. It is recommended with seafood dishes, broiled crustaceans and elaborate fish-based pasta dishes.
If you like bouquets of honeydew, almond and blemished apple, give this one a try. Terredora di Paolo makes it in Campania, Italy. Features of dry earth and lemon preserves. The flavors generate a medium-bodied and dry feel. Such foods as grilled swordfish, sturgeon or escolar, white meat or citrus butter sauces pair well with this wine.
This “rebellious” chardonnay from Washington State is sure to add a little fun to your evening! Produced on the principle that certain 100 point rating systems are archaic and misleading, this sustainably-produced wine lets the flavors of apricot, pineapple, and ripe red apple speak for itself! A great wine with chicken or fish, but better with a group of great friends who really understand what wine is all about!
This classic Italian red wine from Piedmonte features expressive notes of dried blackberry, strawberry, and a characteristic hint of cedar. Great with your Italian cuisine favorites, especially those featuring veal and mushrooms.
This Pinot Noir from the south of France is medium bodied and dry, with notes of blackcurrant jam and strawberries. Also notice hints of well intergrated oak.