Chardonnay is the most common and well known variety of white grape in wine production today. The most prominent flavor in Chardonnay wine comes from oak used in the wine production process. Other flavors and aromas include fruit, lemon, melon, grass, and vanilla. Some other characteristics of Chardonnay wines are high acidity, golden colors, and a velvety feel in the mouth.
Dry White Wine
- Light fruit and herbal notes
- Delicate citrus tropical notes with herbal and mineral tones
- Crisp, refreshing, light bodied
- Pork, chicken, turkey, sea food
- Japanese and Chinese food, spicy food
- Brie, gruyere, aged cheeses, and jarlsberg