Chalk Hill Estate Winery is located at the eastern edge of the Russian River Valley — south of downtown Healdsburg in Sonoma County, California. The winery is approximately 70 miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge (a 1.5-hour drive) and 40 miles from the city of Sonoma (a 1-hour drive).
What does Chalk Hill Chardonnay taste like?
With its cool-climate influences of California’s Sonoma Coast, this chardonnay is distinctly elegant with vibrant fruit, balanced acidity and a clean minerality that complement the rich and full flavors of baked apple and vanilla.
Who distributes Chalk Hill?
Chalk Hill was acquired by Foley Family Wines in 2010, and under Proprietor Bill Foley’s leadership, the winery continues to promote the Chalk Hill AVA as one of the top winegrowing regions in California.
What Colour is sandtex Chalk Hill?
Chalk Hill (WHITE)
the colour is off white which is what I thought when it was purchased! Yes you’re right, Chalk Hill is a neutral off white NOT brown.
Where is Chalk Hill Chardonnay made?
Our story started in 1972 with a vision to plant grapes along the diverse terrain of Sonoma County’s rolling hills. Chalk Hill Winery lies within a small AVA which bears the same name and has been producing highly acclaimed wines led by its flagship Estate Chardonnay.
Is Chalk Hill Chardonnay oaked?
Chardonnay juice can tolerate oxygen contact without any deleterious impact. The white wines are 100% barrel fermented, using a combination of new and used French oak, as well as stainless steel barrels for a small select percentage of our Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris.