Category: Chardonnay

(Shar-doe-nay) Chardonnay becomes the most popular white grape through the 1990’s. It can be made sparkling or still.

Food pairing: it is a superb choice for fish and chicken dishes.

Districts: Chardonnay makes the precept white wine of Burgundy (France), in which it originated. Chardonnay is grown with fulfillment in most viticultural regions under an expansion of climatic situations.


This chardonnay comes from a higher elevation site on Los Alamos Vineyard. With this higher elevation, the soil changes from sandy soil to Calcaric shale and limestone. The grapes were handpicked on September 5th and barrel fermented in French Oak. The nose is dominated by classic chardonnay characteristics of citrus, very subtle stone fruit, and