Chardonnay hails from the Burgundy region of France. The flavor of the grape itself is quite neutral and the varietal is noteworthy primarily for its reflection of terroir and winemaking style. Styles range from the lean, mineral-driven wines of Chablis to the fat, oaky, buttery Chardonnays from California. Our style falls somewhere in the middle, with a soft richness from barrel aging and a core of acidity that lends brightness and balance.
Food Pairing Notes
Try our house Chardonnay with appetizers such as brie and crackers, or pair it with main courses like risotto and cream-based pasta dishes or seafood.