Italian White Wine Chardonnay

Description of the wine: Its natural resistance to different climates and soils, as well as its adaptation to different winemaking techniques, have made this wine (and its namesake vine) one of the most renowned in the world scene. Organoleptic characteristics: The wines produced with Chardonnay grapes have a color ranging from straw yellow to golden yellow, with possible greenish shades. They have a fruity, intense aroma. In the mouth they are moderately acid, alcoholic, but balanced. Historical-cultural tips and curiosities: The vine Charrdonnay seems to arise from the crossing of Pinot Noir with Gouais white, in the Carolingian period. Thanks to its versatility, to its resistance to different types of climate and soils, it moved from Burgundy and became known all over the world. Its adaptability refers not only to land types or environmental conditions but is also reflected in winemaking. Serving suggestions: Chardonnay is excellent with dishes based on fish, white meat and not too tasty dishes. In total maturation phase it is excellent served as an aperitif. Production area: In Italy it is grown in Vaneto, Fruli-Venezia Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige and especially in Lombardy. Vines that are allowed to produce it: Chardonnay.