Vineyard: 79.5% Los Alamos Santa Barbara County, 11% Greenfield Montery County, 9.5% Paso Robles
Orientation: Various, rolling hills
Soil: Sandy loam in Santa Barbara, loam in San Luis Obispo and Monterey.
Viticulture: Vertical shoot positioning
Vinification: Lees stirred, no oak, no malo-lactic fermentation
Aging: Stainless Steel
Notes: Foxglove Chardonnay always represents a great value. With this wine you have the richness of fruit from California's Central Coast giving you tropical notes. However, the wine is bottled without going through malolactic fermentation and has no oak on it so it maintains a very clean profile. Great on it's own or with food it's a very versatile Chardonnay.
The highlight in this range from Foxglove, the 2014 Chardonnay packs a serious punch for the money. Bright, juicy and exuberant, the Foxglove Chardonnay will thrill readers looking for a budget priced Chardonnay. Lemon peel, white flowers and mint meld together in a rich, beautifully layered Chardonnay long on class. Aging in steel and blocked malolactic fermentation keep the flavors bright, but there is no shortage of depth or intensity. This is a fabulous wine, especially considering its modest price.