About Frank Family Carneros Chardonnay
What’s the deal with Chardonnays? Well, it’s the kind of wine that’s perfect for the Filipino table because of its deliciousness and drinkability. As one can imagine, not all are created equal, since their flavors are dependent on things like where they are grown and the climate.
One kind makes it distinction though, and it’s made from the Frank family’s Carneros Chardonnay grapes that are grown in the Carneros valley straddling both Napa and Sonoma in the Northern California wine country. It’s the coldest part, too, and because of its unique atmosphere and terroir, you get some pleasant acidity, and a lot of crisp fruit flavors like apple, pears, citrus, and even tropical notes. Served chilled, the Carneros Chardonnay is a refreshing wine that will leave you wanting to pour one more glass.