I’ve rated this chardonnay as ‘acceptable’; this may seem like I’m damning with faint praise, however it is perfectly good everyday drinking. It doesn’t have the ‘wow’ factor by any stretch of the imagination but at its price point it is fair value for money and is enjoyable enough.
Tasting notes: Medium intensity, pale lemon colour. Primary apple and citrus notes. No secondary or tertiary notes. Balanced acidity; dry. Short finish. Flavours of apple, stone fruits & citrus notes, a little butter, so some complexity.
Wine Colour – White
Price – £5.99
Where do I get it from? Many restaurants, trade outlets
Current Vintage – N/A
Producer – Corta Vigna
Grape – Chardonnay
Region/Country – Venezie/Italy
Verdict – Acceptable wine for the price.
Food Pairings: Pasta carbonara