Chardonnay's have become less preferred over the past years with vineyards steering away from Butter notes and oak aging. California is very well known for their bright, crisp, fruity chards in a stainless steel barrel. However, a few wineries couldn't give up their original Chardonnay recipes and kept the traditional Chard alive just in time for its comeback.
I present to you Butter, from John and Michelle Cellars (JaM CELLARS). The first smells will be aromatic, fruity, vanilla and light. Your first sips you will be butter, vanilla-oaked and a long lasting honeydew flavor on the tongue. You will finish your drink noticing the creamy richness and smooth refreshing balance.
You can find this $10-15 bottle at your local Trader Joes, Costco, Argonauts, or other wine shops. It is easy to find since it was awarded as Must Drink Wines of 2014 and 2015!