Tasting notes and reviews for chardonnay wines.
Chardonnay is a grape variety with a green skin that is used to make white wine. The grape variety originated in eastern France’s Burgundy wine region, but it is now grown all over the world, from England to New Zealand. Growing Chardonnay is seen as a rite of passage for new and emerging wine regions, as well as an easy entry into the international wine market.
Blend of Viognier / Albillo / Verdejo / Chardonnay
Complex & Full. Apricot & Hay.
Round & full. Umami & Brioche.
Elegant & Mineral. Bread crust & Apple.
Elegant & mineral. Butter & slate.
Evolved & elegant.
Deep and round. Honey & Caramel.
Round & mineral. Biscuit & slate.
Mineral & elegant. Wet stone & yellow plum.
Round and elegant. Apple & orange blossom.
Delicate & complex. Lemon curd & marzipan.
Rich and deep. Bread crust & wax.
Deep & umami. Coffee & bread crust.
Sapid & full. Honey & smoke.
Toasty & refreshing. Almond & citrus notes.
Fragrant & evolved. Candied fruit & toasted almond.
Elegant & fragrant. Marzipan & orange peel.
Toasty & refreshing. Yogurt & toasted almonds.
Complex & full. Yogurt & candied citrus fruit.
Toasty. Marzipan & grapefruit.
Evolved & mineral. Flint & jack fruit.
Evolved & bright. Unripe mango and cream.
Fragrant & creamy. Lemon curd & biscuit.
Fragrant and round. Marzipan & nuts.
Creamy, refreshing & mineral. Melissa and citrus fruits.
Refreshing & herbaceous. Lemon & chamomile.
Aromatic & mineral. Unripe mango & mint.
Complex & evolved. Vanilla & hazelnut.
Complex and deep. Bread crust, varnish, nutmeg.
Complex. Toasted notes, vanilla, varnish, candied lemon peel.
Round and interesting. Candied citrus, tinned pineapple, yogurt.