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Dreyer Sonoma Reserve Chardonnay

$27.00

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Vintage: 2019
Region: North Coast, California
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape varieties: Chardonnay

Dreyer Sonoma Reserve Chardonnay shows great balance between its ripe fruit combined with elegant oak influence resulting in a rich and lovely wine.

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About Dreyer Sonoma Reserve Chardonnay

Dreyer Sonoma Reserve Chardonnay was primarily barrel-fermented and aged for 8 months in oak prior to bottling. Golden in color, the grapes were picked with perfect ripeness and natural acidity. With lovely pear and pineapple aromas, this wine shows great balance between its North Coast ripe fruit nose combined with its elegant oak influence resulting in a rich and lovely wine. This wine is versatile as an aperitif or paired with light meats such as chicken, pork, or fish dishes, and truly over-delivers for its price.

About Dreyer Sonoma 

At the turn of the 20th century, Hermann and Meta Dreyer were among a wave of German immigrants settling in Oceanside, California. Undertaking a new life in farming, they began a legacy that has spanned three generations.

In 1952 the Dreyer family migrated from Southern California to California’s agricultural mecca, the San Joaquin Valley, cultivating olives, tree fruit, and grapes. Eventually settling in Woodside and in Sonoma Valley’s Glen Ellen, the family focused on winemaking. Jonathan Dreyer, the youngest son, and third-generation winemaker continues the family tradition and manages the family wine business today. The Dreyer Sonoma label has been produced since 1990 and celebrates Sonoma County grapes in each of its bottlings of Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. To compliment the limited yields from their home Ranch, Jonathan Dreyer continued north to Sonoma to find the best possible fruit. and compliments the limited yields from the home ranch by cultivating relationships with the finest wine growers in Sonoma County.