Chardonnay often doesn't get the credit it deserves. It truly is one of the most versatile white grapes in the wine world. It can be used to make oaky and buttery wines that have become especially beloved out of California. On the other side is full of crisp, bursting citrus flavors. France (Burgundy in particular) is renowned for this style of wine.
The reason Chardonnay doesn't get the credit for being so versatile is because of it also somewhat polarizing. Some people do not enjoy the buttery California Chardonnays but love the French style and vice versa. If you are a fan of that refreshing, natural fruit flavored French style, the Buenos Aires Chardonnay is right up your alley.
The Buenos Aires Chardonnay comes from Mendoza, one of Argentina’s premier wine growing regions. It is a fresh and floral wine with notes of apricots and yellow peaches on the nose. The flavors a bursting with notes of citrus and tropical fruits. It is very expressive with balancing acidity and a fruity and fresh finish.