Chardonnay has a long history in Italy. By the late 20th century, more concentrated efforts were put into identifying Chardonnay and making pure varietal versions of the wine. By 2000, it was Italy's fourth most widely planted white wine grape. Most Chardonnay plantings are located in the northern wine regions, and in Veneto it is often blended with Garganega to give more weight and structure to the wine.

Style: Straw-yellow colour, dry with a delicate fruity and slightly aromatic bouquet.

Serving: Ideal on its own as an aperitif, this wine is a perfect complement to freshwater fish, saltwater fish, seafood salads, shellfish, cream sauces and white meats. Serve at a temperature of approximately 55°- 60° F (12°- 15° C).

Grapes: Chardonnay.

Total Alcohol Content: 11.5% Alc. by Vol.

Contents: 3 L