Chardonnay

Categories: Varietales jóvenes

Made from a careful selection of grapes of the Chardonnay variety.

COLOUR: Brilliant golden yellow colour.
AROMA: Complex, intense and fruity with notes of banana, ripe pear and apple. Aromas of honey and vanilla can also be appreciated.
MOUTH: On the palate it is full-bodied, satiny and creamy with notes of ripe fruit and honey, making it a pleasant wine with a long finish.
FOOD MATCHING: A perfect match for fish, smoked food and pâtés.
OPTIMAL SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8 -10 ºC.

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2016

  • SILVER MEDAL – MUNDUS VINI 2017 (spring tasting)

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2009

  • SILVER MEDAL – Premios Bacchus 2010
  • SILVER MEDAL – Concurso LaSelección 2010
  • SILVER MEDAL – Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2010

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2014

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2016 – 87pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2013

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2015 – 85pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2012

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2014 – 86pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2011

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2013 – 88pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2009

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2011 – 90pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

Piedemonte Chardonnay 2008

  • Peñín Wine Guide 2010 – 87pts / Quality/Price Ratio: Excellent (5*)

WINEMAKER'S NOTES

The Chardonnay vineyards are located on stony soils on the sunny hill sides of the Ribera area in southern Navarra. These vineyards have average yields of 6500 kg/ha, with compact clusters formed by small sized berries.

The grape ripening is monitored in order to harvest at the optimal time with regard to quality and condition. Following a brief maceration in press, the grape must ferments in stainless steel vats, at controlled temperatures of between 10 to 15 ºC. This creates a fresh wine with considerable aromatic potential.