Our 2007 Chardonnay shows elegant layers of citrus, apple and nectarine fruit character from
grapes grown in the cool, wind-swept vineyards of the Los Carneros region. Complex honeycomb and crème brûlée nuances add interest to the fruity aromas and then persist through the flavors and lingering finish. Barrel fermentation and aging add notes of toasted
hazelnut and weight to the palate.
Our Chardonnay's silky, expressive flavors pair beautifully with rich entrées, such as lobster bisque, sautéed chicken breast with white truffles, grilled scallops or fettuccini Alfredo.
Situated just two miles from San Francisco Bay in the Carneros District of Napa Valley, Acacia Vineyard is distinguished by a cool microclimate dominated by wind and fog from the nearby Pacific Ocean, and by shallow, dense clay soils. While these difficult growing conditions limit grape production, they result in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes of rare power and complexity.
Founded in 1979, Acacia made one of the first Pinot Noirs in the Carneros District.... View More