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The story of Polo's oldest dynasty. A legacy explained by triumphs and tribulations. Camacho Cup (1976), Argentine Open (1982), British Gold Cup (1983), the Coronation Cup (1985), Queen's Cup (1986), Grand Slam (1987), Australian Open (1990), Argentinian Triple Crown (1994), US Open (1994), British Open Gold Cup (1994), Olimpia de Plata (1988), and many more.

Gracida Brand

Chardonnay

Tasting Notes

The 2016 Gracida Chardonnay is pale yellow with green hues. This wine has a bouquet of fruit aromas of fresh apples, pears, peaches, white flowers, lime and vanilla from oak. The fruit aromas continue to be evident on the palate and balanced by acidity.

Suggested Food Pairings

Hearty salads, fresh seafood, pan-roasted halibut, crab cakes, grilled cod, lobster, vegetable gnocchi, roasted turkey and grilled chicken.

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay
Alcohol Level: 13%
Residual Sugar: 9 g/L
Total Acidity: 5.5 g/L
pH: 3.3

Winery Partner

Spanish wines provide outstanding quality, especially for the price. Since 1853, four generations of the Lozano family have focused on making quality wines. Bodegas Lozano has 2.400 acres of vineyards dedicated to providing quality wines exclusively for the Gracida Brand. Being located only 10 minutes from the main winery in La Mancha, Bodegas Lozano can ensure consistency in quality each year for Gracida Wines.

Winemaker Notes

Our vineyards are planted in clay and calcareous soils in a continental climate. The Chardonnay harvest is during the night taking advantage of the low temperatures. Maceration with the skins occurs for eight hours and the fermentation lasts 15 days at temperatures between 55-59ºF. It has a contact time with its lees of three months in contact with French oak and micro-oxygen.