Dilworth Tasting Room has its own wine label that you can take home by the bottle
Dilworth Tasting Room recently released a Chardonnay with its namesake.
The wine is a collaboration with Matthew Fritz Winery off the central coast of California.
Details: The Chardonnay comes from Monterey, CA. Its flavor profile consists of crisp Granny Smith green apples, pear and baking spices, according to sommelier Marc Aisenstark.
“The newer generation of wine drinkers are straying away from the oaky buttery [flavors] and enjoying this style more,” Aisenstark tells Axios.
Price: DTR Chardonnay will cost you $13 a glass. A full bottle costs $50 and can be brought home with you.
Aisenstark says the Chardonnay will be available through the Fall, or until it runs out.
What we’re watching: Dilworth Tasting Room is working on a pinot noir from Santa Barbara, California that’ll be available soon.
Its flavor profile consists of ripe fresh strawberries and a little earthiness with a smoothly integrated finishing.