|EAN:||Pedroncelli Dry Creek Valley Chardonnay|
Full American white wine with the smell of ripe yellow fruit and refined oak. The taste is juicy and fresh so very tasty with poached or fried fish, lobster and langoustine.
The Californian Sonoma is larger than the famous Napa Valley but subdivided into subregios and therefore enjoys much less publicity. Only insiders have heard of, for example, Russian River Alexander Valley or Dry Creek Valley. This last small area, according to many, is one of the best wine regions between the two aforementioned regions in the northern cooler part of California. Winemaker Jim Pedroncelli especially wants to dominate the fruit of the grape and harvest his Chardonnay early so that the freshness and fruit flavors are preserved. For the attractive thickness in taste and toasty scents, about 30% of the wine matures in oak. A beautiful and powerful citrus-like style Chardonnay that can also be drunk as an aperitif.