Chamisal Vineyards Stainless Chardonnay – Crisp, Juicy, and Full

Everyday Glass is dedicated to finding the best wines money can buy for under $15 – wines that you should be proud to serve to guests or enjoy with a simple 30-minute dinner recipe. We try every wine that we sell to make sure you get only the best. This blog is a collection of our favorites.

When it’s cold out, all we want to do is stay inside and wrap ourselves in a metaphorical blanket of hearty red wines. Still though, fresh and zippy whites have their place this time of year – much like looking at photos of tropical beaches, they also can transport you to a warm, happy place in your mind.

Chamisal Vineyards Stainless ChardonnayAllow your mind to ponder 2013 Chamisal Vineyards Stainless Chardonnay – Central Coast ($12.99) – “stainless” as in the stainless steel tanks used to create an unoaked expression of California’s favored white varietal. This Chard is sturdy and full-weighted with delicate and playful flavors of flowers, juicy peach and papaya, and citrus. All of these things are built on a backbone of mouthwatering acidity, making it a year-round white option that defies what Mother Nature is doing outdoors.

Drink this wine because:
– This fun and zippy white will make you think of warmer weather.
– It showcases Chardonnay’s full weight and pure fruit without any oak.
– The balance of fruity flavors and acidity is perfect and unbelievably tasty.

Drink up and enjoy your daily glass!

Cheers,
Bauer Wines
bauerwines.com

2 responses to “Chamisal Vineyards Stainless Chardonnay – Crisp, Juicy, and Full

  1. I’m a huge fan of this Chardonnay- I served it at a dinner party last month and it was quite the hit!

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