Product Information

Country: USA

Area: California / Sonoma Valley

Wine style: White

Varietal: Chardonnay

Style: Dry

Producer: Secret Indulgence

Size: 750ml

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Grape variety: Chardonnay 100% - 20% Coast & 80% Los Carneros Valley of the Sonoma AVA's
Alc 14.50%

Tasting Note
The 2015 Evoluna Sonoma Coast Chardonnay is rich and lush, yet bright and approachable. Fuji apple, D’Anjou pear, Narcissus and Lychee greet you on the nose. On the palate, you find notes of vanilla bean, mango, dried
apple and apricot preserves. This delectable wine has a plush, rich mouthfeel - bold on the front, balanced mid-palate, and a long, lingering finish.

Food Matching Pair with a triple cream cheese or Dover Sole in lemon sauce
Serving Temperature 10℃ - 12℃

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Sonoma Coast AVA
The Sonoma Coast AVA extends from San Pablo Bay to the border with Mendocino County. The appellation is known for its cool climate and high rainfall relative to other parts of Sonoma County. Close to the Pacific, with more than twice the annual rainfall of its inland neighbors, it’s warm enough to ripen wine grapes because most vineyards are above the fog line.

Los Carneros AVA
Carneros is the only appellation located at the crossroads of two major wine regions, the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Influenced by the maritime breezes and fog from its southern border with the San Pablo Bay, Carneros produces the region’s finest Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and sparkling wines. The Carneros Wine Alliance is committed to promoting the distinction, diversity and above all, quality, of the grapes and wines from Carneros.
Sonoma Coast AVA
Direct, daily influence from the Pacific Ocean defines the appellation. In the northern reach, vineyards are planted high on ridges just a few miles inland. Many lie above the fog that moves in to blanket lower elevations in the afternoon. The heart of Sonoma Coast AVA includes the Freestone area, a sheltered, pastoral valley where hillside vineyards bask in sun when it breaks through the fog. In the south, vines in adobe soils grow to the edge of salt mashes bordering San Pablo Bay. And within the Sonoma Coast AVA lies the wind- and fog-influenced Petaluma Gap area, named after a coastal mountain opening that allows winds from the Pacific to breeze through the town of Petaluma and then roar south to San Pablo Bay.

Los Carneros AVA
The soils of the Carneros region are predominantly clay and very thin and shallow (approximately 3 feet/1 meter deep), providing poor drainage and fertility. The fierce and persistent winds coming off the bay encourages the grapevines to struggle and retain moisture. While this aids in keeping crop yields small, it can also delay the grapes from ripening sufficiently. In vintages with a long, drawn out growing season that allow the grapes to ripen, intense and vivid flavors can develop.

Harvest Hand harvested August 26 thru September 23rd 2015
Vinification Whole cluster pressed, 100% Malolactic Fermintation, barrel fermented, and aged
Aging Aged sur lie for 13 months in French and Hungarian oak ; 25 % new oak
Acidity 6.18 (T/A)
PH 3.49
Residual sugar 2.1 g/L (total sugar)