£7.95/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Alamos Chardonnay 2020
Bottle size and vintage
The whole range of Alamos wines stands out due to a price-quality ratio that's hard to beat. Its origins, vineyards planted at altitudes between 3,000 and 5,000 metres — 4,000 in the Chardonnay's case — is one of the main reasons for its exceptional nature; but also the gentleness with which the juice is extracted from the grapes and that brief stay in oak, from 6 to 9 months for the Chardonnay, in French and American oak barrels, which confers extra complexity and body. In short, a Chardonnay white that's extremely fresh, balsamic, dominated by the fruit and floral notes, well-balanced and dry in character, that we can enjoy straightforwardly... at an unbeatable price!
Salmon tartare / Soft cheeses / Risotto
- ViewGreenish glints / Yellow / Pale
- Bouquet:Vanilla / Pepper / Apple / Pear / Fruit aromas / Floral scents / Spices / Grapefruit
- Mouth:Fresh / Refined / Concentrated
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 5ºC and 7ºC
Nos sorprendió este vino, tiene muy buen sabor y final mucho más delicado que otros chardonnay. Asimismo en relación precio/calidad esta muy bien comparado con otros vinos.by: Graham Giles (03/10/2020) - Vintage 2019
Easy drinking wine and at a reasonable price,i like the subtle flavours, to be enjoyed with chicken.by: paul beck (24/06/2020) - Vintage 2019
I really loved this wine. At 8.50 euros it costs less than half of other wines i have tried but tastes better! I recommend this wine to anyone who enjoys chardonnay with a bit of oak ageing.by: Iñaki (3 Jan) - Vintage 2019
Complejidad olorosa y en boca equilibrado. Le falta un poco de cuerpo pero está bien.by: Buena relación calidad precio (26/11/2020) - Vintage 2019
Muy bien. Aromático y frutal. Excelente compra, por su relación calidad precio
Bodega Alamos belongs to the Catena Zapata group of wineries and its wines provide an initial link for us to get to know not only this family's mastery but also the purity of wines born at the foot of the Andes. Its vineyards are located at altitudes of between 3,000 and 5,000 metres, a privileged position for enjoying very cool nights and receiving the sun's warmth during the day, the perfect pair for attaining acidity and perfect ripeness which both become so evident in ...