Maison Ventenac Carole Chardonnay 2020
- Light, aromatic
Producer Maison Ventenac seem to be capturing our hearts one by one. Firstly, the wines are excellent. Secondly, they are beautifully packaged (you do taste with your eyes first). And thirdly - you’ll find little gems on on their webiste like these:
“The sunny, gourmand Chardonnay of the South becomes tauter, livelier, and the taste buds want more.”
“And if you ask us, ‘Why did you add Gros Manseng?’, we reply, ‘Why not?’.”
Our taste buds are certainly wanting more of this delightfully refreshing chardy. It’s got just the right amount of mellow melon, puckering citrus and lively minerality. If you like your whites fresh and aromatic but not without oomph - this is a great wine to try.
Part of our Women in Wine Collection
We are committed to ALWAYS having wines available that are made by women. In an industry that’s still dominated by men, we believe in celebrating the incredible work women are doing. Here’s to our Women in Wine!
The Maison is run by couple Stéphanie and Olivier Ramé.
Full price $25.00 from the producer.
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- Blend Info
- 95% Chardonnay 5% Gros Manseng.
- Serving Temp.
Looks like this is either a wine sourced from various regions in France or it's from a smaller region that we haven't gotten around to writing about for you yet! If it's the former, well, it's hard to make general comments about a multi-regional French wine. So let's assume it's the latter: we've been lazy. Forgive us, there's only two of us, and we're mere mortals. We'll get round to writing something inspirational about this obscure (hopefully, otherwise we're in trouble) region eventually. Meanwhile, shoot in your suggestions (and your resume?), or just rejoice in the fact that there's something magical about heading off the beaten track and telling your friends all about that amazing grape that grows in the hinterlands of a place that doesn't even make it on the map – or Vinomofo's regional writeup section, at least.