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Chardonnay, 2016

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2016 Okanagan Valley 750 mL, 13.9% ALC/VOL

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A beautiful expression of Chardonnay, this wine was barrel fermented and aged in both French and American oak. We allowed the wine to go through 68% malolactic fermentation, to maintain the acidity and gain creaminess on the finish. Notes of soft apple mingle with flavours of ripe melon, pear and peach, framed by tones of vanilla, caramel, coconut and hazelnut. Enjoy now and over the next two years. Wonderful with seafood, cheeses or on its own.

Awards & Ratings


  • 2017-07-18

    Delicious Chardonnay from Quinta Ferreira with apple, melon, almond and vanilla notes.


    Had my buddies over for a movie night and we absolutely enjoyed this Chardonnay. I vouch for this!


    I tried a few of Quinta Ferreira's white wines and this Chardonnay was my favourite, I would drink it again for sure!

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Tasting Notes

This wine was featured in July's wine club package.


Geographical Indication: Oliver, BC

Cases Produced: 650


Appearance: Clear, bright, golden straw in colour.

Nose: Medium+ intensity, candied orange, Granny Smith apple, butterscotch, almonds, vanilla, and baking spice.

Palate: Medium+ body, orange and lemon citrus, caramel, clove and baking spice, with hazelnut and almond.

Quality: Good quality.The aging of this Chardonnay in French and American oak allows for rich notes of candied fruit and nuts to emerge.

Food Pairing: Lobster Thermidor, roasted chicken and turkey with herbed stuffing, mushroom risotto, veal chops with mushrooms, squash or pumpkin ravioli, and any kind of apple dessert (apple pie, apple crumble).


Wine Writer’s Comment:


Quinta Ferreira’s vineyards are located in the Okanagan Valley’s renown Black Sage Bench, famous for producing outstanding grapes due to its desert climate, soils and growing conditions.


For this Chardonnay, winemaker Michael Ferreira allowed the wine to go through 68% malolactic fermentation so as to retain its acidity, yet bring out the richness and creaminess inherent in the wine. This wine is not your average Chardonnay, rather it’s reminiscent of some Italian white wine styles from the Piedmont region where the richness of texture, the butterscotch and baking spice, and distinctly nutty flavours are strong characteristics. Save this wine for Thanksgiving or Christmas and pair it with everything from roasted turkey and stuffing to desserts of the season.


- Jackie McLachlan, Wine Steward

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