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Avalon, Chardonnay 2021

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Tasting Note

Nose of tropical fruits, pear, orange blossom, vanilla and little hints of baking spice aromas. The palate is smooth and round with a gentle acidity leading to a refreshing finish long with distinct aromatics.

Try this with a creamy salmon dish.

Kate Says

"Avalon has been making wine since 1991. Their wines offer really great value. This Chardonnay delivers big fruit tropical and toasty oak and is just perfect for a barbecue."

Producer Info

Avalon was established in 1991 and began as a Cabernet Sauvignon based winery, producing a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and another from Lodi. Over the years Avalon has offered a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Red Blend. A new label was introduced in 2019 which brought on a new era with an updated and eye-catching label and constantly improving the vineyard sources and winemaking techniques. Avalon strives to be environmentally responsible and sustainable throughout the winemaking process. Glycol, hot and cold water and compressed air storage tanks are used to reduce the energy load and natural resources needed in wine production and the greenest materials are sourced that deliver high quality wine with the least carbon footprint possible Avalon wines are perfect for sharing and made to complement every occasion.

Avalon Chardonnay is made with grapes grown in Northern California including the Delta region. Here, the Sacramento and American rivers form an extensive delta located 100 miles east of San Francisco. Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape in the area, which gives the varietal a highly successful advantage. As temperatures rise in the California’s interior valley, cool sea breezes are pulled directly through the San Francisco Bay via the Carquinez Strait creating a cooling effect that has allowed exceptional wine grapes to thrive in the region for more than a century.

USA, California