2022 Sonoma County Chardonnay

Crafted from carefully selected lots grown in the sub-AVAs of Sonoma County, which reaches from west of the Mayacamas to the Pacific Ocean. Fermented in French Oak barrels with partial malolactic fermentation, it offers a delightfully lifted mouthfeel with a weighty mid-palate, balanced by a refreshing bright and fruit-forward character.

A ‘textbook’ expression of the cooler-climate Sonoma County growing region.

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  • Aged 8 months in French Oak (30% New)
  • Alcohol 14.1%
  • pH 3.36

Behind-the-Scenes with Winemaker Abigail Horstman Estrada

TEXTBOOK 2022 Chardonnay Sonoma County Bottle Shot

Vintage: 2022

Varietal: Chardonnay

AVA: Appellation

  • Barrel fermenting in new French Oak produces well-integrated toasty aromas and underlying weight to the mid-palate, without overpowering the fruit flavors.

  • With meticulous attentionto the diacetyl levels, partial malolactic fermentation provides a creamy, lush texture while maintaining a refreshing, lifted profile.

  • Lush and food friendly, serve with full-bodied dishes like baked halibut with beurre blanc or creamy mushroom polenta.

Bottle of Sonoma County Chardonnay and white wine in a glass on a barrel

Our Vision

We choose small-lots of fruit from our grower partners in Sonoma County’s winegrowing regions west of the Mayacamas. Why? Marine influence from the Pacific cool the vines at night, preserving bright natural acidity and lifted citrus notes.


100% barrel fermenting in new French Oak adds toasty aromas and mid-palate roundness without overpowering the fruit flavors.

Abigail Horstman Estrada signature

— Abigail Horstman Estrada, Winemaker

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Your Experience

A versatile wine that’s a welcome guest at every occasion. Chill a bottle when chilling with friends.


Pour a glass for your favorite conversationalists. You’ll discover that this refreshing, vibrant pour pairs perfectly with late-night talks, sunny-day picnics, apres-hikes and everything in between.