City Winery Harmony Drops Chardonnay 2020

In Stock



Add a Promo Code

Tasting Notes
Ripe Pineapple, Buttery, Full-Bodied

Wine Profile

Silver Medal Winner - 2023 Great American International Wine Competition. Rich tropical aromas leap from the glass - coconut, over-ripe pineapple and star fruit - followed by hints of Meyer lemon, vanilla and butter. In the mouth, this full-bodied wine has a rich texture balanced by a bright citrus acidity. The flavors stay consistent throughout - ripe pineapple and other tropical fruits dominate. The finish is lengthy and clean, leaving the impression of pineapple and lemon tartness, along with a clean, oaky vanilla.

We can ship to all states except AL, AR, KY, MI, MS, SD, UT.

About the Vineyard

Located north of the San Pablo Bay and straddling both Sonoma and Napa, Carneros is a region widely known for its sparkling wine production. The vineyards in this region perennially yield bright citrus aromas in the wines. This vintage was also blended with some of our Chardonnay from Sonoma, making this wine a North Coast blend.

Wine Making Process

The grapes for this wine were pressed onsite at the vineyard and the juice was barrel fermented at cool temperatures in a mix of gently used French and American oak, then aged in the same barrels for 12 months before transferring to stainless steel to allow the wine a brief rest prior to bottling.

Recommended Pairings

This wine will do very well with tropical-inspired shellfish, like coconut shrimp or lobster bisque. For our vegetarian friends, try a white cheddar mac-and-cheese or warm baguette with butter.

"Full-bodied and balanced by bright citrus"

David, Head Winemaker

Variety Chardonnay
Alcohol 14.5%
Vintage 2020
Volume 750 ML
Case Production 170
AVA North Coast, CA
Aging Capacity

How City Winery Makes Wine

Step 1
We contract carefully selected vineyards to supply grapes. Prior to harvest we choose our preferred varietals and make shipping arrangements.
Step 2
Crush and Maceration
Grapes are inspected upon arrival and if approved, de stemmed, sorted, and finally crushed.
Step 3
After fermentation the wine is barreled into the cellar to begin aging per the winemakers design. Typical aging is 6-10 months but options exist for aging up to 24 months.
Step 4
After the wine has aged to its optimal condition, our winemakers further refine the wine by blending it with other wines if desired.
Step 6
The finished wine is hand bottled, corked, and labeled.
Step 6
The Result
A carefully crafted wine made with grapes from the best vineyards and produced locally. Indulge.

You Might Also Like