One Grape, Three Countries. Chardonnay is the most consumed white wine in the world and hence we would like to invite you to try how different their styles can be. The Erste+Neue Chardonnay from the Italian Alps is unoaked and therefore particularly fresh. The Calmel & Joseph Villa Blanche Chardonnay (Top 10 Chardonnay in France) on the other hand is a little more complex with a harmonious balance. Expressive fruity aromas of apricot and peach rise from the glass paid with soft oak and a great minerality. Last but not least, the full-bodied and buttery Serafino Chardonnay Reserve from McLaren Vale in Australia convinces with its long finish and great fruit aromas. It was also awarded 92 points by James Halliday.
Alto Adige, Italy, Languedoc Roussillon, France, McLaren Vale, Australia