DetailsMaster Vintner® Chardonnay makes six gallons of crisp & fresh wine, with a rich bouquet of citrusy fruit blending into aromas of peach and pineapple-melon. Dry to medium-dry with notes of pear, apple, tropical and citrus fruit.
Tropical flavors intermingle with piquant tree fruits for a clean, medium-dry mouthfeel. Serve chilled and pair with fish, seafood and hors d'oeuvres.
Master Vintner® Chardonnay ages very well with oak (not included), developing elegant vanilla-spice flavors, hints of smoked wood and a rich, buttery mouthfeel.
Yield: 6 Gallons
- Details & Instructions
Wine Recipe Type Chardonnay Type White Origin - Sweetness Medium-Dry
4.7 / 5.018 ReviewsApril 19, 2019Purchased
1 month agoIt’s still in the fermenter so I really don’t know yet.April 15, 2019Purchased
1 month agoFollow The RecipeReally, really good. Followed recipe to the letter and came out with a very, clear Chardonnay.February 15, 2019Purchased
3 months agoGreat WineThis is our 4th time making Master Vintner wines each one being a different Chardonnay that they offer. Once you make your first batch, you have all the equipment and the knowhow to make other wines in different flavors and brands.February 12, 2019Purchased
3 months agoPleasantly Surprised!Fantastic kit and great results. Easy to follow instructions, superb final product right at finishing time, and smooths out more with every passing day. Have shared with others to rave reviews. Considered backsweetening at finish to take a little bite off for more mass appeal when sharing, but sampled one more time and it has just the right amount - and others have agreed! Will be ordering again!January 30, 2019Purchased
3 months agoChardonnay Master Vintner JuiceExcellent, oak buttery flavor, wife would not leave it alone!January 26, 2019Purchased
1 year agoParty FavoriteI made a batch for our company Christmas party and gave out a bottle to all the employees. After coming back from the holiday break, they were asking if I had anymore. A great value in wine! My next batch will be barrel aged.January 13, 2019Purchased
4 months agoGreat taste and clarity!The instructions are very easy to follow. This was my third time making wine and we are very pleased with the quality of wine. It came out very clear too! My wife is a Chardonnay snob and even said this was one of the best home made she’s ever had.September 22, 2018Purchased
8 months agofruity taste, not too sweet, no strong aftertaste. Really nice wine for any occasion.September 9, 2018Purchased
8 months agoGreat quality wine and a very reasonable price.This wine turned out great especially after three or four months of bottle aging. Very easy to drink & quite tasty. Everyone who tries it has the same response, “I can’t believe you really made this at home!”
Tip: Just be sure to keep several bottles chilled for when company comes over... Or for when your wife gives it away to her friends as presents.July 19, 2018
- Customer Q&A
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 14 answersMy wife really likes the one gallon kits are these comprable to that?BEST ANSWER: Hi,
Jimmie here tp provide you some thoughts...
The one gallon kits (in my opinion) give you a good wine, but from my experience, the 5/6 gallon kits give you a better flavor and smoothness in the end product. Plus when you make a larger batch, you have some aging for future use and it will be even smoother and have less initial bite (my experience talking) but everyone's tastes vary. I would say try it and if you don't like the results, use it as gifts? and let everyone provide you feedback.any preservatives ?BEST ANSWER: Just potassium metabisulfite. But some people don’t consider it a preservative because you can buy aftermarket preservatives for home wine kits.Where are the grapes grown?BEST ANSWER: Each batch varies but for the most part unless it says it's from Italy or Australia or France then assume that it is from the US and therefore California. I have already made this batch of Chardonnay and bottled it well over 6 months ago. And it came out amazing, very buttery! Would deff recommend to anyone that loves a good Chardonnay.do you have to brew the whole six gallons at once?
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