This is a dry white wine produced from 85% Chardonnay and 15% Sauvignon Blanc grapes sourced from the winery’s vineyards at Mount Meron in the Upper Galilee
The wine is aged in new French oak 600-liter barrels which confers a subtle, buttery mouthfeel while maintaining the fruit’s refreshing characteristics.
Aging – 10 months in new French oak 600-liter barrels
Bottled – May 2017
13.2% alcohol content per volume
Kosher for Passover, not mevushal.
Benhaim Chardonnay Reserve 2016 should be served at 8-10 degrees Celsius. It will pair well with fish, pasta and cheese dishes.