The name “Chardonnay” derives from the Hebrew word “Shahar Adonay” whose meaning, “the door of God”, would refer to the place indicated by the Crusaders who found this vine all around the holy city near the gates leading to the Temple of God It was then cultivated by the Cistercian monks of the abbey of Pontigny (Borgogne) and widespread throughout the world.
100% Chardonnay vine
White grape vine is anticipated in maturation (end of August) producing golden and aromatic berries. The point of maximum maturation reaches it around values of alcohol content between 12 and 12.5% vol.
Visual test: pale straw yellow with greenish reflections.
Olfactory test: ripe fruit of pineapple and pear.
Tasting test: fresh, dry and long on the palate.
Pairings: It goes well with white meat dishes and grilled vegetables.
Alcohol content 12% vol.
Serving temperature 8/10 ° C