Wine Veranda Chardonnay, 2009
Wine bright yellow-gold color.
Rich taste of the wine, with an abundance of fresh vanilla from aging in barrels and grapefruit, excellent structure. Long finish with notes of honey.
Wine with a luxurious aroma frayed green apple, almond halva and melons.
Great wine with fish dishes, seafood, white meat poultry sauce, fruit desserts.
Veranda Chardonnay - excellent white wine from Chardonnay grapes grown in the vineyards of the valley of the Bio-Bio, which is the southernmost wine-growing valley in Chile. It is located 500 km south of Santiago and 50 km from the Pacific Ocean. Due to the cooler climate with moderate maximum temperatures, the grapes ripen slowly, berries saturated balanced taste and natural acidity. Chardonnay 2009 is rich flavor, with an abundance of sumptuous scent of freshness and excellent structure.
"The expression of perfection and elegance!" - Sounds so basic concept of a young Chilean winery Veranda (Veranda). Established in 1989, the winery has reached the highest quality standards, developing a magnificent wine. The secret of success lies Balconies and uniqueness in a perfect combination of two components - the best experience of Burgundy wine, as well as innovation and superb terroir of Chile. Burgundian tradition brought to the company chief winemaker - Pascal Marchand. Born in Montreal, Marchand received a lot of experience of winemaking in Burgundy, in such famous farms as Domaine des Comte Armand and Domaine de la Vougeraie. He also worked at the winery Joseph Phelps Freestone, advised the economy of Argentina, Australia, Greece, USA. As for the terroir, that has long been known that Chile - a country with an exceptional climate and great soil for growing grapes, as well as a convenient geographical location, which is naturally insulates and protects the wine regions from all four sides. Balconies vineyards are located in the central and southern parts of the country, in the valleys of Colchagua and Bio Bio. Employees Balconies, with great respect to the traditions concerning the processing of grapes, using the force of gravity and the latest technology, allowing as little as possible to touch the berries.