Whether you live in California or New York – enjoy a white winter with these Chardonnays, it doesn’t matter if you get snow or not! Bonus – these are all under $30 so you won’t need to break the bank after the holiday spending.
Bread & Butter Chardonnay (SRP: $15)
Bread & Butter showcases the celebrated and diverse terroirs of their prized California vineyards in their wines, their Chardonnay is the perfect example.
Reata Sonoma County Chardonnay (SRP: $20)
This wine consists of grapes from Russian River Valley and Los Carneros. The rich flavors of toasted oak are framed by a bright acidity that leaves you wanting more.
Hacienda de Arínzano Chardonnay (SRP: $20)
The Arínzano estate is one of the few estates in all of Spain to be recognized with Pago status, one of Spain’s highest category for winemaking for a singular Estate. Bring this wine home to impress the wine lover in your life.
Balletto Teresa’s Unoaked Chardonnay (SRP: $20)
This wine continues to define California’s Unoaked Chardonnay category. Crisp and vibrant, yet amazingly luscious; it showcases how Chardonnay does not need flashy oak or malolactic fermentation to be distinct and delicious.
Scott Family Estate Arroyo Seco Chardonnay (SRP: $25)
This Chardonnay is from Arroyo Seco (“Dry Creek”), a sub-appellation of the Monterey AVA, where it was aged 10 months in a combination of stainless steel and new and used French and American oak.
Hahn SLH Chardonnay (SRP: $25)
While creating this wine, winemaker Paul Clifton selected the barrels he felt best expressed the aromas, flavors and texture of the Santa Lucia Highlands.
Balletto Russian River Valley Chardonnay (SRP: $29)
This Chardonnay is both complex and elegant, showing off its cool-climate heritage with concentrated flavors. New oak has been used sparingly to enhance the wine with subtle toasted tones
Freemark Abbey Napa Valley Chardonnay (SRP: $30)
This California Chardonnay shows great complexity, creaminess, and elegance to enhance a variety of foods. A real bang for your buck.