Chardonnay

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Chardonnay
Chardonnay is a chameleon of a white grape that readily takes on the characteristics of where it's grown and how it's vinified. Grown in a cooler climate and aged in stainless steel, it's lean, bracing, and shows bright minerality. When grown in a warmer climate and given oak treatment, it can run to tasting notes of yellow fruits, vanilla, butter, and coconut. Chardonnay originally hails from Burgundy, France, where it ...more
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2018 Pacificana Chardonnay

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4.1

“Buttery, Round, Barrel Fermented”

$15.99 Regular Price$13.99 Members

2017 Baseline Chardonnay

 
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“Bright, Elegant, Single Vineyard”

$44.99 Regular Price$37.99 Members

2017 Endgame Chardonnay

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3.8

“Complex, Elegant, Barrel Fermented”

$32.99 Regular Price$27.99 Members

2017 The Independent Chardonnay

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3.8

“Complex, Full, Food Friendly”

$33.99 Regular Price$28.99 Members

2015 L'Atelier du Sud Chardonnay

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3.8

“Textured, Bright Fruit, Refined”

$17.99 Regular Price$14.99 Members

2016 Baseline Chardonnay

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4.1

“Lean, Bright, Barrel Fermented”

$44.99 Regular Price$37.99 Members

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Chardonnay

"In cool climate vineyards located in Chablis, Champagne, and coastal California, Chardonnay can be picked earlier for high acidity and fermented and aged in stainless steel, concrete, or neutral barrels. A long, cool fermentation helps keeps the inherently bright nature of cool-climate grapes intact, and the unoaked wines are lively and fresh. On the other end of the spectrum, high quality Chardonnay grapes can undergo fermentation and ageing in new ...more

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