Chardonnay, an international variety known for its for decades. Vermentino is an Italian variety, introduced recently into the Guadalupe Valley. This is one of the first varieties that we have passed from an experimental stage, to commercial production. Its aroma is fresh and fruity giving this wine its characteristic vivacity.
Color: A pale and luminous yellow with a light green hue.
Aroma: Vigorous, fresh and elegant with aromas of green apple, grapefruit peel and tropical
fruits. An elegant nose that also gives white floral tones.
Flavor: Crisp, fresh, balanced; elegant in the palate. Fresh and firm acidity. Citric notes with a medium to long finish.
Average brix: Chardonnay 23.5 / Vermentino 23.8
Harvest: Chardonnay: Early August, Vermentino: Late August
Suggested serving temperature: 12˚ C.
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