$9.22
Add Add to wish list
min order 2 bottles

10 Span Chardonnay Central Coast 750ml

On the nose, bright citrus aromas are accented by fresh meringue with a hint of vanilla. On the palate, enjoy the essence of Sierra Madre’s...
$18.86
$19.44
Add Add to wish list
$8.94
Add Add to wish list
min order 24 bottles

19 Crimes Hard Chard 375ml

Bold and strong in character, this deep rich and golden Chardonnay is filled with stone fruit aromas and a sweet textured palate. The criminally...
$10.48
Add Add to wish list
min order 12 bottles

19 Crimes Hard Chard 750ml

Bold and strong in character, this deep rich and golden Chardonnay is filled with stone fruit aromas and a sweet textured palate. The criminally...
$20.99
$21.64
Add Add to wish list

A To Z Wineworks Chardonnay Oregon 2018 750ml

Rated 90 - Vibrant, with plush fruit, offering medium-weight lemon and quince flavors that take on expression and polish of the finish. Drink now...
90WS
$10.48
Add Add to wish list
min order 12 bottles

Acacia Chardonnay A By 750ml

Cool temperatures, dense clay soils and extended hangtime on the vine all combine to yield Chardonnay grapes of rare power and complexity. Gentle...
$19.93
Add Add to wish list
$20.31
$20.94
Add Add to wish list
$46.74
Add Add to wish list
$15.74
Add Add to wish list
$27.54
Add Add to wish list
$26.13
$26.94
Add Add to wish list
$34.89
$35.94
Add Add to wish list

Alesia [by Rhys] Chardonnay Anderson Valley 2016 750ml

Rated 93 - The 2016 Chardonnay Anderson Valley from the team at Rhys knocks it out of the park, and I suspect it’s a screaming value. White...
93JD
90WA
88VM

Chardonnay & Chardonnay Blends

Known commonly as the great white grape of the Burgundy region of France, Chardonnay has become the most popular white wine in America, if not the world. Chardonnay is by nature a rich, full-bodied wine that grows at its best in a relatively cool climate. It is grown in virtually every growing region in the U.S. and is made in a myriad styles. Most Champagne and methode champenoise sparkling wine has Chardonnay in its blend. At one extreme, it can be elegantly floral and forward in the nose, with lovely fruit of pears and melons and a clean green apple acidity with a certain flinty or chalky mineral quality. It often has a full almost "oily" mouthfeel that lasts seemingly forever on the palate, with a perfect balance of fruit, acid and alcohol. Despite the long, complex finish, Chardonnay makes you hungry for food and thirsty for more wine all at the same time. At the other extreme, the first inhalation fills your nostrils with the sweet vanilla of new French oak and the creamy, buttery complexity that only Chardonnay can embody. Butterscotch, hazelnuts, toasted almonds all might come to mind, and the fruit might be tropical in nature, perhaps pineapples or coconuts, with more grapefruit-like acidity. This is truly a chameleon grape, and it can be altered as much by the climate and soil as by the winemaker's hand. In this country, it has found its best representations in Monterey and the Central Coast, Santa Barbara County, Carneros, Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Alexander Valley, Russian River Valley, Willamette Valley (Oregon), Yakima Valley (Washington), Virginia and Long Island.