A slightly bigger bodied Chardonnay that still retains a streak of lean acidity, the producers of this wine, Big Fish, describe this as a wine that is graceful and vibrant but not the biggest fish in the ocean - just like the Mahi Mahi on the label. We agree - this has enough complexity to satisfy real Chard fans, but will please anyone looking for a great summer white.
Big Fish Wines became reality in 2005 when Hunter and Suzanne Landers realized a dream of one day making and sharing wine with friends and family. Hunter learned how to make wine in small lots starting with a Santa Barbara County Syrah. The wine was so well received that it became more than a hobby, and they expanded to making larger quantities and other varietals. The name "Big Fish" comes from the adventures that Hunter and Suzanne have shared together in oceans across the world.More from this winery
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