This wine is all over the place! Flavor profile varies depending on where and how it is made.
Old World Chardonnay: crisp and minerally with flavors of apples and pears.
Pair with: fresh or bloomy rind cheeses, like Saint Angel
New World Chardonnay: rich, buttery and oaky!
Pair with: slightly stronger cheese like Goot Essa Farm Mt Valley Sharp Cheddar
Lighter and crisper; tends to be refreshing and fruity, with aromas of stone fruit, peach and lemon.
Pair with: Creamy goat or mixed milk cheese. La Tur or Cremont are a great match with the tart flavors of the wine.
The super food-friendly wine can be super sweet or quite dry. You can usually find some acidity, minerality and aromas of tropical fruit.
Dry: Tropical fruit on the nose, but beautifully balanced flavor.
Pair with: A fresh chevre or a piece of something stinky, like Irish Adrahan.
Sweet: This version can almost be like a sweet, syrupy wine with dominant aromas of peaches and tropical fruit.
Pair with: You’ll definitely need to contrast the sweetness on this one with something salty or funky.
Very bright and lemony with clean citrus flavors.
Pair with: Perfect for soft and creamy goat milk cheese or triple crèmes, like Rochetta or Coupole.
We love bubbles and so does cheese! Flavors range from very dry, crisp to deep and sweet.
Dry: Toasty and fuller bodied with a deep nuttiness.
Pair with: Triple crèmes would be perfect!
Sweet: Flavors of apple, pear and even strawberry are the highlights here.
Pair with: Triple crèmes would work very well, like Chaource, or La Tur.