White Wine by Jean Rijckaert from Burgundy, France - regions. This Vire-Clesse is characteristic of its magnificent terroir. The structure is elegant, the aromas typical of a fine Chardonnay of Burgundy: yellow fruits, citrus, and honeysuckle. The mouth is full, expressive, with a harmonious light touch of wood. The after mounth is characteristic of Rijckaert wines: fine, elegant and tense. But rather than long comments, get a bottle and enjoy.
White Wine by Jackhammer from Central Coast, California. Sourced from cool Central Coast sites, this refreshing Chardonnay exhibits ripe pear, apple, and tropical citrus aromas and flavors, with delicate floral highlights and mineral undertones. It is full and round, with a juicy core of fruit and mouthwatering finish. It makes a thirst-quenching aperitif and will complement a variety of foods.
White Wine by Trig Point from Sonoma County, California. Afternoon breezes continually cool these vineyards so they rarely see temperatures in the 90s. The vineyards at the lowest elevations are under the marine inversion layer and run even cooler. The result is smaller grapes and more ripening days at lower temperatures. Cool sunlight is the goal as it produces fruit with the most flavor, complexity and quality. Old field selection clones yield fruit with high natural acidity and citrus flavors like grapefruit and lemon.
White Wine by Keller Estate from Sonoma County, California. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and once primary fermentation has finished, it is racked to neutral barrels for 8 months prior to bottling. It does not undergo malolactic fermentation enhancing the bright citrus appeal of this wine. On the nose, floral notes, green apple, tropical fruit, and earthy minerality dominate with similar qualities on the palate.