White Wine by Slow Press from Central Coast, California. Monterey County delivers a classic Chardonnaywith a toasty finish. The Slow Press wine making processmagnifies fruit aromas and delivers notes of fresh apples andpears. Slow Press Chardonnay is aged in oak barrels for 12months which helps the wine develop a full bodied creamymouthfeel.
White Wine by Geyser Peak from California. The fresh style of Sauvignon Blanc for which Geyser Peak is famous, abundant fruit flavors, with bright and crisp acidity. Geyser Peak aimed to capture the best of Sauvignon Blanc's identity by blending grassier elements (reminiscent of the Southern Hemisphere style) with citrus and mineral notes (most typical in the French style) and passion fruit and melon flavors (typical of the California New World style). As such, this Sauvignon Blanc offers authentic varietal character that can be appreciated by both the novice and the connoisseur.
White Wine by Pepperwood Grove from California. This Chardonnay shows an intriguing array of aromas from vanilla bean, toasted hazelnuts, to lemon Verbena. Crisp flavors of green apple and biscotti contrast with hints of grapefruit, toasted marshmallow, and fresh lime on the finish. A bit of aging on American Oak, adds depth and complexity furthering this wine's broad stylistic appeal. Pair Pepperwood Grove Chardonnay with grilled halibut topped with a grapefruit salsa, or a half-dozen barbequed oysters.
White Wine by Nobilo from Marlborough, New Zealand. The excellent, low-yielding 2015 vintage provided a concentration of citrus and wet stone, with delicate floral notes. The palate displays fresh and lively flavors of lemon and white stone fruit, with juicy acidity, and minerality on the finish.
White Wine by Philippe Colin from Burgundy, France - regions. Bright and fresh with aromas and flavors of ripe fruit-particularly apple, citrus and faint melon-this easy drinking Chardonnay is beautifully balanced. It is exceptionally elegant, showing incredible potential for a wine in this category with a satisfying, lengthy finish that is tinged with vanilla and butterscotch nuances and supported by a solid mineral backbone.
White Wine by EnRoute Winery from Russian River, California. Complex stone fruits, pear, citrus and peach aromas unfold in the glass, slowly revealing additional floral and mineral notes. The entry is bright and juicy, giving way to an oily and coating midpalate full with flavors complementary to the characters on the nose. The vibrant natural acidity on the finish leaves the palate refreshed and eager for the next sip.
White Wine by Roco from Willamette Valley, Oregon. Aromas if guava, pear and vanilla spice fly out of the glass. The palate is rich without losing its zippy minerality. Mid palate is chalk full of dense, ripe fruit that dances just on the edge of tropical and those classic tree ripened apples and pears. Hints of ripe Galia melon are matched with great acidity
White Wine by Sebastiani from Carneros, California. This medium-golden Chardonnay is a great reflection of the Carneros appellation. This beauty opens with bright aromas of apricots, nectarine and guava. Medium bodied, it has concentrated bright green apple, peach and nectarine flavors on the palate. It finishes with a refreshingly crisp acidity due to the Clone #4 Chardonnay. Pair this wine with a fresh seafood dish.
White Wine by Puiatti from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. This wine is made from three clones of Sauvignon blanc that are close in style to Sancerre wines. Light gold in color and a nice nose of herbs and apple. An elegant wine with hints of herbs, apricot, white peach, white flower. This is a vibrant and fresh wine.
White Wine by Fetzer from California. Fetzer Quartz Chardonnay reveals flowery aromas with a touch of apple and juicy flavors of nectarine, tropical fruits and a hint of vanilla. He could enthuse about all the foods perfectly complemented by Fetzer Quartz Chardonnay, but Dennis thinks you should let it stand on its own first. This is a wine to be enjoyed with people.
White Wine by Innocent Bystander from Marlborough, New Zealand. Bright aromas of lemon and grapefruit peel and fresh passionfruit. Palate shows lemons, peach and nectarine, but with a lip smacking fresh acidity that keeps you longing for the next glass. The experience is crisp, zesty and refreshing.
White Wine by Delaney Blue from Napa Valley, California. Delaney Blue is a vibrant and complex wine crafted from Napa Valley Grapes. This Sauvignon Blanc has an alluring aroma of Meyer lemon zest and tropical fruits with a refreshing palate of grapefruit, nectarine and lemongrass. Bright with a long, clean finish. This crisp, non-oaky Sauvignon Blanc is a versatile food partner as well as the perfect aperitif. It's one of the few wines that pair with green vegetables such as asparagus or artichokes. Seafood? That's a natural. Try with shrimp kabobs, grilled sea bass and oysters.
White Wine by Prophecy from Marlborough, New Zealand. Prophecy Sauvignon Blanc showcases the best of New Zealand's renowned Marlborough region. Aromas of grapefruit, lychee and lime zest lead to flavors of mandarin orange and green apple, followed by delicate notes of mineral and white tea.
White Wine by Stars and Freckles from Carneros, California. The focus on the 2011 Chardonnay was quality and keeping the flavors pure. This allowed them to obtain pure clean Chardonnay juice and ensure a quality in the 2011 wines. The 2011 Edina Chardonnay has floral aromas accented by citrus, pineapple, pear, vanilla, and butter elements. This wine has a vibrant acidity leading to a freshness of the palate. The fruit comes through bright, and the flavors of pear, apple, vanilla, and honeysuckle really show the complexity of this wine. The winerie's favorite vintage of Edina Chardonnay, this wine really shows the efforts that went into every single bottle.
White Wine by Josh Cellars from North Coast, California. Balanced with aromas of tropical fruits and citrus married with subtle oak notes. The palate is a harmony of fresh yellow and white stone fruits that linger, finishing with a fresh and clean acidity.
White Wine by Chardonnais from Napa Valley, California. Chardonnais vineyard is located in the southern part of Napa Valley, in Carneros, where the the days are warm and the nights are cold, allowing the grapes to hang on the vine longer, providing full flavor development. Soils are low fertility clay and sandy loam, resulting in grapes with concentrated fruit flavors and refreshing acidity. These Chardonnay grapes were whole cluster pressed and then fermented and aged exclusively in French oak barrels, a nod to Old World winemaking tradition that is also evident in the whimsical name Chardonnais. Delightful buttered toast and oak aromas marry with tree and tropical fruit flavors, framed by a very light acid backbone. Brilliant yellow gold color. Enticing nose of butterscotch, caramel, vanilla, fig, mango, ginger and candied apple. Starts with sweet pineapple, apple, caramel, and vanilla flavors. The luscious, creamy-textured mid-palate is graced by a hint of cinnamon spice and leads to a refreshing, yet silky smooth, finish. Pair with chicken, pasta, fish, seafood and shellfish dishes.
White Wine by Hanzell from Sonoma County, California. High-toned aromas of orange blossoms, lemon verbena andlime zest give way to scents of papaya, pineapple, crushedrock and linen. The flavors of pear, pink grapefruit andorange cream are long and true to the nose. The broad entryand full-bodied silky mouthfeel is balanced by mouth-wateringacidity which gives the wine juiciness and a long, structuredfinish.