I live in Sebastopol, California and I used to buy the Foxhorn Chardonnay at our local CVS drugstore and all of a sudden they quit selling the Chardonnay but kept the reds for sale. Even our grocery store in the area have closed out the Chardonnay. Can you explain why this is happening. I have purchased this wine for many years. And now, I cannot find it.
Wine growing season began with a cool, dry spring followed by a mild summer. In late September a warm indian summer brought the Chardonnay vineyards to ripeness and each vineyard was carefully picked as it reached its optimum maturity. After fermentation in stainless steel tanks, the wine was aged in French, Eastern European and American oak barrels for 22 months. Before bottling, small amounts of other Bordeaux varieties were added to the final blend to give the wine balance and complexity. This produced a rich and multifaceted wine that is enjoyable now as well as for several years to come.