Friday, 28 May, 2021
Is TRIO Chardonnay your favorite varietal from the TRIO Wines collection? If so, you might be interested to learn more about this splendid blend and its predominant grape, the chardonnay, which accounts for the most number of hectares planted throughout the wine-producing world.
In Chile, home of TRIO Wines, the grapes used in TRIO Chardonnay are grown in the Casablanca valley. Here, the land is distinguished by rich, loamy soil with a mix of light clay, which enables for a varied production of grapes that also includes Sauvignon Blanc.
Casablanca valley is characterized by its chilly temperatures because of its proximity to the Pacific Ocean and coastal mountains, giving Casablanca-produced wines a light body and characteristics of crisp freshness with floral and citric notes.
Comprising 87% Chardonnay, 8% Pinot Blanc, and 5% Pinot Grigio, the blend of TRIO Chardonnay demonstrates the chardonnay grape’s ability to mix with other white grape varietals to achieve an exquisite and sophisticated wine.
A perfect mineral-fruit balance with a marked acidity creates a fresh and savory sensation for the palate. With just one glass, you will be pleasantly surprised with TRIO Chardonnay’s intense and delicious fruit notes, most notably the perfect balance of white peach and smooth citric notes.
Consider these dishes when pairing with TRIO Chardonnay: baked chicken stuffed with caramelized onions, apples, nuts and herbs and spices; seafood paella or seafood risotto; butter-seared salmon with vegetable medley.
Finally, remember that white wine should be served between 8˚C and 10˚C (46˚F-50˚F). Much like its red counterparts, white wine consumed over the recommended temperature can diminish its flavours against alcohol. Conversely, serving below 8˚C can dull the wine’s texture, and thereby lessen the wine’s inherent fresh and smooth flavours.
With all this information you can plan your food and wine pairings and topic of conversation for your next get-together with friends and family. Cheers!
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