Unoaked Chardonnay pairs well with rasted white meats – think Thanksgiving turkey – or if you are looking for a slightly more adventurous roasted game, pair it with quail. Pork is another good choice but don’t add the BBQ sauce, as this will overwhelm the Chardonnay. Choosing a Chardonnay with your shellfish is never a bad choice, and lobster bisque in always a complimentary way to go. If you are looking for out-of-the boxthinking, skip the mimosas for brunch and serve Chardonnay with your Eggs Benedict; add a slice of avocado to make the flavor pop.
Color: a young and fresh wine with a bright straw-yellow color with greenish hues.
Flavors / Fragrances: the bouquet brings out pleasant notes of crusty warm bread, mixing well with the apple and tropical fruits that speak of a good Chardonnay. All of this is enhanced by the natural fizz typical of this wine.