Barrel-fermented in neutral oak for nine months, this Chardonnay features the best of both worlds: a richer mouthfeel and fresh energy on the palate. Sourced from a prized vineyard in the Dry Creek Valley, it exhibits telltale signs of its origins, with ripe lemon and hints of tropical fruit flavors from start to finish. Pair this vibrant expression of the variety with dishes that have similarly high-toned citrus nuances for a combination that’s sure to please.
Recipe PairingsBraised Chicken with Preserved Meyer Lemons
Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma, North Coast, California, United States
The slightly fizzy, soda-like red wine Beaujolais Nouveau is produced with a process called carbonic maceration. The grapes are placed into the tank and the door sealed, so the carbon dioxide that's a byproduct of fermentation cannot escape.