Chardonnay from Beaujolais
I know this always throws people for a loop, Beaujolais Blanc. Mostly because many people think of wine in terms of variety, therefore assuming the grape used here is Beaujolais when it is in fact a region. Beaujolais is has two varieties those being Gamay for the red, and Chardonnay for the white. Aromatically this white is on the rounder, riper side. Plenty of roasted citrus and tropical fruit. The tropicality follows through on the palate with the addition of a delightful nuttiness that carries through on the finish. Easy drinking and soft enough to just sip but with plenty of texture for sturdy white fishes, shrimp and chicken dishes.