As one of the ten Chardonnays selected for the infamous 1976 "Judgment of Paris", Freemark Abbey was one of the elite trailblazers of Chardonnay in Napa Valley. Displaying this pedigree with vineyards located in some of the coolest areas of the valley, this white wine is rich and creamy with a ripe fruit profile of Fuji apple, Bosc pear and lemon curd balanced by subtle notes of butterscotch and vanilla bean.
About Freemark Abbey
Freemark Abbey is one of Napa Valley’s original Cabernet houses. With a legacy that dates to 1886, it was established as the region’s 16th bonded winery by Josephine Tychson, the first female vintner in California. Today, the winery is celebrated for crafting classically structured Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay from pedigreed sites in the Rutherford AVA—particularly its iconic Bosché and Sycamore vineyards. With the foresight to cellar wines for aging, the winery has one of the region’s most extensive wine libraries, underscoring the quality and longevity of its admired Cabernet.