“Pretty melon, lemon curd, and orange blossom notes emerge on the nose, and it hits the palate with medium to full-bodied richness, moderate acidity, and a plush, sexy style that begs to be drunk. It’s not for the Chablis-only crowd, but it’s balanced and undeniably delicious. It too is best drunk in its youth.”
“…apple pie, ripe melons and pineapple with hints of toasty oak and honey-coated nuts. The medium to full-bodied palate has a pleasantly oily texture and loads of spicy apple and tropical fruit flavors, finishing on a woody note.”
—ROBERT PARKER WINE ADVOCATE
“Very sweet florals here with ripe melon, apricots and peaches. The palate has easy, sweet, peachy fruit…”
“Quite buttery, with ripe apple and pear flavors that turn blousy midpalate, with floral and savory accents on the finish…”
About living life to the fullest
Confident and ambitious about what she wants in life
Surrounded by friends, both old and new
Curious with a thirst for knowledge and experiences
True to herself, and listens to an inner voice…
Hungry Blonde is a stylish and elegant wine that embodies curiosity and confidence, encourages us to be around friends, relax, and live in the moment. Reminiscent of a California dream, the wine’s focused flavors suggest green apples, lemon zest and, thanks to pretty French oak, a slight graham cracker note.
The elegance and richness of this Chardonnay make it an ideal partner to luxurious seafood and simple poultry dishes. Lobster or meaty white fish in a creamy or buttery sauce (such as beurre blanc or beurre noisette) will allow the wine’s complexity to shine, as will roast poultry. For vegetarian options, rich starches, such as risottos, puff pastry and creamy pastas, will be ideal.
How will you enjoy your Hungry Blonde? Poolside? With picnic treats galore? As a primer to skydiving?! Tell us on social media! Because no good story ever started with someone eating a salad…