Buttery Chardonnay

Barefoot Buttery Chardonnay

Everything is better when it’s buttery, right? From your morning toast to the potatoes on your Sunday roast – and especially popcorn. And now, wine. Yes, really. Let’s toast with buttery!

We felt like Chardonnay had another story to tell - that's why we've created our dry and perfectly balanced Buttery Chardonnay to join the family alongside our traditional variety and give a buttery brilliant twist on a classic.

This fantastic buttery wine is living in a class all of its own. Unlike the crisp traditional Barefoot Chardonnay, this was crafted to offer lovers of white a decadently smooth and creamy mouthfeel. It’s vibrant, buttery and oh so yummy – we know you’re going to love it.

Buttery Chardonnay
Dry
Sweet

So, how do we do it? Mainly grown in the Lodi grape growing region, Barefoot Buttery is an adventurous amalgamation of 96% Chardonnay blended with Verdelho. Its decadent layers of toasty oak are borne of time spent on both French and American Oak.

As a result, your first sip will greet you with vanilla, sweet oak aromas and blankets of baked apple. Then taste the tang of glorious pineapple, followed by a lingering, smooth, creamy finish. Ohh LALA!

Let’s toast with buttery

When it comes to food pairings, we think you'll have fun embracing the buttery side of this Chardonnay wine. Ramp up the experience by having a glass alongside indulgent dishes such as fresh lobster or crab in butter jus, tender chicken in creamy sauce or even a mouth-watering slab of Camembert on a cheeseboard.

This is the perfect wine for all seasons – it’s a good fit for catching up with friends in the garden under the summer sun but equally great when you’re snuggling round the fire on Christmas Eve.

So, no matter the occasion, make memories and enjoy precious moments accompanied by Barefoot Buttery Chardonnay. Let’s toast with buttery!

Whats the difference between Chardonnay and Buttery Chardonnay we hear you say? Check out our blog to find out!

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