Knights Bridge Winery

KB 2021 Chardonnay, Knights Valley, Sonoma County, CA

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Winemaker's Tasting Notes

Striking scents of lemon, white peach and kumquat are framed by 10% new French oak to keep this wine light on its feet. The entry offers freshness and energy, where complex flavors of citrus, croissant pastry, and white aromatic flowers play in perfect harmony. This Chardonnay finishes with a crisp mineral note of fresh sea breeze, inviting a second sip.
Appearance pale gold
Aromas soft aromas of peach, lemondrop, ocean mist, linden
Palate ripe pear, apple, vanilla cream soda, limoncello, ginger, velvety texture, medium-body, lingering zesty finish

100% Chardonnay

3178 cases
Aging Potential
Enjoy now through 2031
Knights Bridge Estate Vineyard
About The Vineyard

Knights Bridge Winery’s sustainably farmed estate vineyard is located in the hills of Knights Valley where growing conditions yield intense yet balanced fruit flavors.

Winemaker Notes

Grapes were hand-harvested at night, sorted, destemmed, gently pressed, then thoroughly settled, and fermented cold for 30 days. 100% malolactic fermentation.

The 2021 vintage is a delightful discovery. A small harvest produced tiny Chardonnay clusters yielding deep and concentrated flavors.

Aging: 9 months in 10% new French Oak

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Director of Winemaking – Douglas Danielak

Assistant Winemaker – Derek Bajeu

About the Winemaker

Douglas graduated from Michigan State University, and later U.C. Davis earning a BS in Viticulture and Enology.  He also attended the Lycée Agricole et Viticole de Beaune in Burgundy. During his time in France, Douglas worked with Rebecca Wasserman at Le Serbet gaining in-depth knowledge of barrels from cooperages Francois Frères and Taransaud.  During his award-winning career, Douglas has received both critical praise and high scores. In 2014, Wine Spectator named Douglas a Winemaker to Watch.
About the Winery
Knights Bridge Winery
Located north of Calistoga in a narrow valley that bridges two of California's most prominent and respected winegrowing regions – Napa and Sonoma – you’ll find the breathtaking Knights Bridge Winery.
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