Chardonnay - Rombauer Vineyards
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The iconic Chardonnay with a history of distinction: Rombauer Carneros Chardonnay.

With five signature elements – intense fruit character, creamy texture, vanilla oak, butter, and mouthwatering acidity- this wine is the benchmark California Chardonnay, revered by critics and consumers around the world.

We invite you to discover this storied wine.

Serving and Storage Questions

Serving and Storage Questions

    • Ready to drink?  Our Chardonnay tastes best when it is chilled to 50-55 degrees F.  We recommend you pull from refrigeration a few minutes before enjoying as it’s best served slightly warm to allow its complex aromas to shine!

 

  • Not drinking this soon?  Store in a cool, dark place, ideally 57-62 degrees F, and on its side to protect it from damage and keep the cork wet. While this wine is delicious upon release, it will continue to develop for up to five years from the vintage date.

Go behind the scenes with Director of Viticulture and Winemaking Richie Allen as he dives deep into what makes our Carneros Chardonnay so special.

Extraordinarily food-friendly, here are a few recipes to try alongside our Carneros Chardonnay.

Lobster Roll

The consummate Chardonnay pairing is lobster, prepared any way. These lobster rolls are simple and best enjoyed outside on a summer day, a glass of chilled Carneros Chardonnay in hand.

Learn the Recipe

Stuffed Peaches

Lightly doused in orange juice before grilling, the concentrated flavors and lush textures mirror those found in the Chardonnay. This combination tastes best in summer when the peaches are ripe, the weather is warm, and the Chardonnay is cold.

Here's the Recipe

Fried Halloumi with Honey and Walnuts

This simple recipe is a delightful way to start or end a meal. The rich texture of the salty-sweet combination accentuates the creamy mouthfeel of our Chardonnay.

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