In the 13th century the King of Navarra, who was also the
Count of Champagne, Teobaldo the 1st, stopped in Cyprus on his way back home
from the Crusades. He discovered a sweet green grape and decided that he must
bring it back to his lands of Champagne and Navarra. Once in their new home,
the region’s limestone and clay soils, coupled with a micro-climate that allows
for a long, cool growing season, created the perfect terroir for producing an
The Gooseneck Vineyards Chardonnay grapes are cold-soaked
on their skins prior to fermentation. This process allows for the final wine to
show richness and creaminess balanced by lovely acidity, despite the fact that
it sees just a hint of oak.
A group of generational farmers grew the grapes for the
Gooseneck Vineyards Chardonnay with the same pride Liana Buonnano manages
Gooseneck Vineyard: each bottle contains a compendium of philosophy of life and
work, rigor, dedication, confidence, and creativity.
The sense of pride in the farmers’ work, history, and
terroir are the reasons why Chardonnays from Navarra have consistently won top
awards across the globe and Gooseneck Vineyards Chardonnay exemplifies the
reasons in its bottle.
A gorgeous bouquet of orchard fruits followed by a creamy mouth-feel of butter
and green apples, wrapped in an elegant composition with a hint of oak, that
the slides into a finish of satisfaction.
Pairs perfectly with Lighter Pasta and protein dishes, soft and creamy cheeses,
butter drawn popcorn with a Netflix movie.