Ripe and fleshy, this pure, crisp Chardonnay with smooth edges shows ripe, full tropical fruit and melon flavors, accented with subtle notes of spice and ginger. Silky and round on the palate, the wine will pair nicely with just about any dish, particularly seafood – raw, fried or somewhere in between. But the real joy of this wine is drinking it on its own.
Recipe PairingsBreaded Chicken with Lemon-Green Onion Tahini
North Coast, California, United States
Rosé Champagne can be made by letting the Pinot Noir or Pinot Meunier grapes macerate on the red grape skins, or just by adding a little still red wine at the end of the production process.