White Wine by Albert Bichot from Burgundy, France - regions. This Macon Villages has a lovely pale straw yellow robe. The nose exhales beautiful acacia and honeysuckle floral notes on a slightly mineral background. The mouth is lively, fruity and floral with a refreshing finale. With a meal, this white Macon village will beautifully match shellfish, seafood and white meats. Savour it with scallops with hazelnut, creamed chicken or with stuffed peppers. As for cheese, we suggest dry cheese such as gruyere or goudas. Equally good with fruit or chocolate-based desserts.
White Wine by Macauley from Russian River, California. In our 2014 vintage, Macauley has sourced some of the best Chardonnay vineyards that Russian River has to offer. Formerly known as the Macauley Dutton Ranch Chardonnay, the 2014 Macauley Russian River Valley Chardonnay is lighter-bodied than its predecessors. It is uniquely characterized by notes of wet river stone and a crisp, refreshing finish. Retaining this mineral-feel is achieved by aging the Chardonnay for 10 months in three completely different types of vessel: French oak, stainless steel and concrete. Concrete supports those cold wet stone and earthy notes while stainless steel barriques contain the raciness of the wine. The new French oak adds only a touch of wood to the bouquet- at just 6 percent. Bottled with gentle filtration, and a fine for polish, this Chardonnay blossoms with elegant citrus, honeysuckle, melon, a touch of green apple and very subtle notes of butterscotch.
White Wine by Nielson by Byron from Santa Maria Valley, California. The winery barrel ferments Chardonnay from select vineyards within the Santa Maria Valley appellation. Because this area is a touch cooler compared to others in Santa Barbara County, the wine has a bright acidity expressing stone fruits and hints of tangerine and wet stone.
White Wine by Treana from Central Coast, California. The 2014 Treana Chardonnay is straw colored with a silvery hue. Aromas of freshly baked apple pie crust, white peach, mandarin orange, and lemon peel, with crushed limestone, burnt sugar, creme brulee, and a touch of cinnamon on the nose. On the palate you'll enjoy bright citrus fruits and racy acidity. Nuances of white peach, creamy caramel, and a silky vanilla note adds a seductive texture to this full-bodied chardonnay.