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Passaggio Wines 2010 "New Generation" Unoaked Chardonnay

Passaggio Wines

2010 Unoaked Chardonnay
Bottle Size: 750ml, 12/cs
Region: California


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Tasting Notes:
A true expression of the fruit and soil. Brilliant straw color with tropical fruit, pineapple, lemon-lime, and Asian pear on the nose with a hint of minerality. On the palate, honeydew, hint of lemon, red grapefruit, with minerality – sealed with a Zork.
  • Grapes
    100% Chardonnay

Cynthia Cosco 

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Additional Winemaker Notes:

Unoaked, stainless steel fermented, no malolactic fermentation

  • 2010 Gold Medal Winner – International Wine Competition
  • Unoaked Chardonnay recommendation – San Francisco Chronicle, August 16, 2009
About the grapes:
Cindy’s unoaked Chardonnay offers an impressive New Generation style of California Chardonnay; stainless steel fermented, no malolactic fermentation, and sealed with a Zork. If traditional oaky, buttery Chardonnay is not your style, you must taste this New Generation Chardonnay. Perfect for summer, this clean, crisp and fruit forward Chardonnay leaves you wanting more.
Food Pairing Suggestions:
With no oak barrel aging, the Chardonnay grape shows off its natural fruit flavors. Serve with light dishes like linguini, clams and shrimp scampi. First courses such as salads, antipasto or seafood dishes are particularly good pairings. Fresh herbs and fruit within dishes bring out the best in this style of wine. Serve with spicy food and Mediterranean cuisines. Enjoy also with soft and medium-hard cheeses.
About the Winery
Passaggio Wines Cynthia Cosco founded Passaggio Wines in 2007. Her connection to the grape goes back generations to Old World Italian winemakers. As a child, she watched her grandfather make wine in the basement and wine was a part of every meal growing up in her Italian family. Learn more