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 regionâ€™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 farmersâ€™ 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.