This wine is delightful, y’all – light, crisp, and easy to drink. Tastes like pineapples (how preppy!), melon, and peach.🍍Pour a glass in the brazilliance of the main dining room at the Greenbrier. Serve with light dishes like sea bass, caesar salad, lemony chicken, or grilled shrimp tacos.
personal tasting note // Tasted Trefethen Harmony Chardonnay last night at dinner, served with sea bass on top of a light medley of zucchini and Lima beans (kind of an odd side but it worked!). At first sip, I tasted pineapples. 🍍 HOW PREPPY! And fitting for a dinner seated in the brazilliance of the main dining room at the Greenbrier. This wine is delightful, y’all – light, crisp, and easy to drink. And what a cool label, don’t you think!? My husband and I visited Trefethen a few years ago. (See the photos!) The winery was constructed in 1886, fell into disrepair until the Trefethen family purchased it in 1968 and restored it. The family still runs the winery today, producing some of our favorite wines. 🍷We are looking forward to returning to the vineyard this fall!