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The Folie a Deux 2013 Chardonnay is a rich wine, and when held up to the light, has a lovely golden hue. Seductive and complex aromas of honeysuckle, hazelnut overtones and melony fruit touch the nose with ...
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Our MacMurray Ranch 2012 Russian River Valley Chardonnay is a rich expression of this celebrated appellation, with its elegant palate of ripe tropical fruit. Subtle notes of sweet caramel and vanilla are ...
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The majority (80 percent) of the fruit for this blend was sourced from Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley renowned for its excellent Chardonnay. Aromas of Gravenstein apples, lime, and ginger combine ...
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The 2013 Belle Terre Chardonnay offers bright aromas of peach, lemon curd and notes of sweet vanilla spice. The wine is medium-bodied and rich on the palate. The well-structured wine is balanced by a core ...
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Founded in 1973, the Chateau St. Jean cellar was designed in the European style, where individual vineyard lots could be kept separate throughout the winemaking process to allow the individual character ...
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Bright straw yellow colour, vanilla, apple, pear and toasty oak aromas; full bodied with ripe apple and fruit flavours and buttery notes; well balanced with a touch of oak spice to finish.
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This bright and balanced Chardonnay has aromas of tropical fruit, mango peel, peach and honey. Flavors that hint of baked apple and pear galette merge with a creamy mouthfeel and long, smooth finish. Grapes ...
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Rodney Strong barrel fermented 60% of this wine and aged that portion in barrel for 6 months, stirring the lees every month. This method offers the wine a touch of brown spice and vanilla, while cold fermenting ...
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90 Point Wine Advocate - Aromas of tangerines, nectarines and green apples emerge from the 2013 Chardonnay Chalk Hill Estate Vineyard. Medium bodied with a hint of wet rock minerality, this pure beauty’s ...
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Rodney Strong barrel fermented 60% of this wine and aged that portion in barrel for 6 months, stirring the lees every month. This method offers the wine a touch of brown spice and vanilla, while cold fermenting ...
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Seductive, complex aromas of honey, green apple, tropical fruits, vanilla and baking bread introduce juicy apple, pineapple and tropical fruit flavors with light butter notes from partial malolactic fermentation ...
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Brilliant pale straw color. Trademark aromatic intensity: lemon curd and lemon grass, sweet lime and honeydew melon, offset by floral lily perfume, fresh fennel and bay leaf complexity. Opens to baked apple, ...
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This light buttercup-colored wine has very prominent Chardonnay distinctiveness arising from a foundation of pear aromatics. It delivers a rich, full-bodied, creamy savor that leads to its extraordinarily ...
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Focused, piercing aromas of pear, lemon zest and cut grass with a flinty, chalky mineral edge. Crisp apple and lime juice on the palate broadens to ripe melon and white peach. Linear entry expands to layers ...
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This Sonoma County Chardonnay has aromas of red apples and pears with cream. Because of its balance, it is incredibly versatile with food. It has enough weight to hold up to richer seafood like scallops ...
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The U.S. is an expansive country with diverse geography and climate. The wide range provides several wine growing regions, including Oregon, Washington, New York and for local consumption in Texas, Virginia and the Carolinas. Despite this diversity, the vast majority of wine is still produced along the west coast in California. Napa and Sonoma are the most popular growing regions, but there are hundreds of wineries scattered throughout the country.

Regional identity is as indicative of the wine's features as it is in European growing countries, but American naming classifications are far less strict than those of old world wines. Wine varieties and blends from the U.S. have been produced for hundreds of years, but they have gained particular popularity in the last few decades. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to order U.S. wines online.

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