Tuesday, 14 May, 2019
Of the hundreds of grapevine varieties cultivated, white grapes account for the highest number of hectares planted in the world.
Chardonnay is a white wine grape variety originating from France’s Burgundy region. Its popularity is owed in large part to the potential of its seeds to germinate in a range of soil types and climates.
TRIO Chardonnay blend demonstrates the ease in which Chardonnay grapes can blend with other white grapes to create sophisticated and exquisite wine.
Concha y Toro’s Chardonnay — produced in Chile’s Casablanca Valley in the coastal Valparaiso region — accounts for 87% of the TRIO Chardonnay blend. As its dominant white grape, chardonnay provides freshness, mineral notes, and delicate citrus fruits.
The fresh fruit aromas of TRIO Chardonnay stand out for their ability to balance the acidity endowed from the Pinot Blanc (8%) and Pinot Grigio (5%).
To maximize the TRIO Chardonnay’s potential, serve it between 5˚C and 7˚C (45˚F-50˚F) and pair it with chicken, turkey, and seafood dishes. Give it a taste and let us know what you think!
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