The most popular white wine in the Unites States. There is more Chardonnay planted in California than any other variety. Chardonnay grapes thrive in cool coastal climates. It displays flavors of citrus, apple, pear, and tropical fruit. But when barrel aged is has buttery, toasty, and smoky notes. Chardonnay pairs well with lobster, especially with butter, oysters, sautéed scallops, roast sea bass, salmon, swordfish, roasted chicken and veal.
Is known for its surprising perfume-like fragrance, light and refreshing body, and spritzy character. It has a dazzling fruit forward palate including citrus, pear, peach and honey. Muscat pairs well with summer salads, fruit pies, all cheeses, and antipasto dishes.
This grape origin is California grown in limited supply. Orange refers to the color of the grape but the wine is white. This pairs well with our cheese plate, wedding soup, seafood, roasted chicken and veal.
Is grown on the Ku-ing-gai Ridge Vineyards in Sutter Creek California. It displays crisp flavorful notes that is best drunk young. Sauvignon Blanc pairs well with lobster, sautéed scallops, toast sea bass, salmon, chicken, pork and veal.