This Sonoma County Chardonnay has aromas of red apples and pears with cream. Because of its balance, it is incredibly versatile with food. It has enough weight to hold up to richer seafood like scallops and lobster, but maintains enough bright tartness to complement more delicate dishes like grilled halibut.
The Sonoma Oaks wines are named after the ancient Valley oaks that grow in pockets throughout the Sonoma County vineyards where these grapes were grown and harvested. The oak’s branches, with their irregular and arching appearance, produce a profound leafless
silhouette in the clear winter sky as the Sonoma Oaks label captures. As part of its mission, they are made to showcase the uniqueness of Sonoma County and are priced affordably so that they can be enjoyed on any weeknight without a sacrificing distinctness or quality.