Recent superb vintages have sent quality in California
through the roof. We’re thrilled to bring you the latest release of this lush, orchard-fruited Chardonnay, which debuted to silver-medal acclaim in San Francisco. It’s a delicious collaboration between the Miller family and their talented winemaker, Richard Shelton. Richard sourced the grapes from sustainably farmed Central Coast sites – with a focus on premium San Luis Obispo county – and harvested the Chardonnay in the cool of the night to retain freshness. In the cellar, barrel fermentation (a quality technique used in the production of many world-class whites like this) adds a ripe, round mouthfeel and toasty vanilla notes to the final wine.
Chardonnay is the world’s most popular white grape, due to its attractive, mouthfilling flavors and ability to grow well in a range of climates. It performs most majestically (and expensively) in the vineyards of Chablis and Côte d’Or in France’s Burgundy region, but it also thrives in sunny California.