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Characteristics of Gran Feudo Chardonnay
Gran Feudo Chardonnay is a white wine from Navarra made by Bodegas Gran Feudo under Julian Chivite. The winery was founded under the name "The Cascajera" in 1872 by Claudio Chivite Frances, in the heart of the Autonomous Region of Corella. They now also make wine in the Ribera del Duero, Rueda and Rioja.
The climate in the Navarra is special, it has the influence of the Atlantic and Mediterranean together with the Cantabrian Sea, the Pyrenees and the Ebro valley. This wine is a varietal Chardonnay from vineyards 30 year old average planted on soils of warm clay and boulders in high terraces.
The nose is intense and frank with flavours like pineapple and grapefruit with herbal notes.
The palate is fresh and balanced with a good acidity. Fruity notes appear. Pleasant and persistent finish.
SightStraw yellow colour with light greenish reflections, bright.NoseIntense, fresh and elegant. Aromas typical of Chardonnay - pineapple and grapefruit.TasteFresh attack, balanced acidity, lots of fruit. Enjoyable and persistent finish.
Some wine regions have to bear the weight of their own prestige and fame, and this is certainly the case for Navarra. For many years, the white and reds produced in this region came second to the rosés produced here with the noble Grenacha variety. However, the last two decades have seen ongoing changes in the wine-making sector in Navarra, changes which have completely transformed the styles of wine produced and have been consistently worthwhile, resulting in some of the white and red wines produced in Navarra being ranked among best rated in Spain.