About This Wine
When it’s football night in America, selecting the right wine can be a challenge.
On one side of the living room, you have family member who is planning to enjoy a nice white fish fillet with a twist of lemon. On the other side, you have a family member who’d much prefer to munch on chicken wings. You know who you are.
Could there possibly be a wine that would match perfectly with such different dishes? Or should you simply throw in the towel and pop open a beer? Well, the 2010 Chardonnay from Bramble Ridge Winery enables you to save the suds for another day, and have a delicious vinous experience with both fish and wings.
One caveat: The wings should not be of the “hot” variety, since they wouldn’t pair well with any wine. Opt for honey-flavored wings, and you’ll be able to live in harmony with your significant other — even if you’re rooting for different teams.
Relatively easy to grow in a variety of locations. Consistently produces some of the world's great white wines. Complex, full, rich and fruity with soft edges and moderate acidity. Offers rich and intense fruit flavors of apple, fig, melon, pear, peach, pineapple, along with creamy yeast spice, honey, butter and hazelnut flavors.
- Grape Composition:Chardonnay and Other White Varieties
- Grape Source:Select Vineyards in Various California Growing Regions
- Aromas & Flavors:Apple, Pear, Citrus and a Hint of Buttered Toast
- When to Drink:Now Through 2013
- Food Pairing Suggestionwhite fish with a twist of lemon, or honey chicken wings.