Bursting with bright citrus and vibrant tropical edged yellow orchard fruit, La Crema's Sonoma Valley Chardonnay is just so delicious to drink chilled on its own or try it with poultry, seafoods or green salads.
This honeyed buttery white from sunny California's Central valley, made from 75% Colombard and 25% Chardonnay has a lovely pear and pineapple infused nose, wityh plenty of ripe sweetness on the finish. It works well on its own or with some cheeses, cold buffets and some desserts.
The Chaumees vineyard is at the top right corner of the Chassagne commune adjacent to St Aubin. Bruno Colin oak ages his 0.42 ha for 14 months 25% in new barrels. Floral and fruity with a good intensity and structure. Fine and classic Chardonnay
Domaine Bourdon's Macon Vergisson is a brilliant value Chardonnay, with more generosity and concentration than the straight Macon. The 2011 shows the natural balance of this lovely vintage, its just easy drinking and very moreish, minerality, freshness fruit on the finish.
Established in 1989 by Martin Shaw and Michael Hill Smith, Shaw and Smith's aim is to make contemporary, high quality wines that stand amongst the best of their type in Australia. The wines are made exclusively from fruit grown in the Adelaide Hills, one of Australia's coolest and most...
Petit Chablis is the so called entry level for the wines of the region. It is bottled earlier than the straight village cuvee, usually after eight months in tank, this preserves the freshness in the wines. Bright mineral character places them in an ideal position for early drinking alongside cold...
Domaine Bourdon's Saint Veran, is a full-bodied, round wine with a definite freshness. White Peach and grapefruit tail into a lingering finish with a deliciously nutty final flavour. The wines of Saint Veran are very similar to the neighbouring Pouilly Fuisse and often better value. great...
The quality ofBruno Colin's entry level Chardonnay cuvee is striking particularly in this fine vintage. Steely long and sleek, with plenty of tension and caressing fruit on the palate. It's not difficult to see why these wines are becoming very difficult to secure.
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