Skip to content
2019 Vintage 46 Chardonnay
2019 Vintage 46 Chardonnay - View 1
2019 Vintage 46 Chardonnay - View 2

2019 Vintage 46 Chardonnay

In 1973, Bill Fuller emigrated from California to Oregon to plant vines at Tualatin Vineyard. Forty-six years later, it is our pleasure to continue working with Bill to produce this wine from his favorite blocks of Draper Chardonnay.


On the Nose: Gold in color, the wine opens with aromas of lemon, lime zest, pear, butterscotch and vanilla.

On the Palate: Round and silky in texture, the entry is energetic with flavors of citrus, candied pineapple, saline, brioche and cedar that fold into a finish offering balancing acidity for freshness.

Food Pairings: Pair with both rich and delicate dishes including grilled halibut with sweet corn salsa, steamed clams, soups like French onion or curried butternut squash, hush puppies, lobster mac ‘n cheese, brined turkey and soft cheeses.

Peak Drinkability: 2021 - 2027

Rainforest-Alliance-Logo FSC-logo Salmon-Safe-Logo LIVE-Certified-Logo Stewardship-of-the-Land-Logo

In Stock
Add To Cart
$50.00
/ 750ml
SKU: CH46
Add To Cart
$600.00
/ Case of 12
 
Wine Specs
Alcohol %
12.2

"Wines made with consideration for the environment, employees and community simply taste better."

Jim Bernau, Founder/Winegrower

Bill_Fuller

A Wine Dedicated to Oregon Wine Pioneer Bill Fuller

In 1971, Bill Fuller began exploring sites in the Willamette Valley with his business partner Bill Malkmus and eventually moved from California to Oregon with his family to pursue his dreams of starting his own vineyard and producing cool-climate Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley. Established in 1973, Tualatin Estate Vineyard is one of the oldest and most respected vineyard sites in Oregon and was the first to produce an Oregon wine named to the Wine Spectator Top 100 List.

The vineyard site is located in a coastal rain shadow near Forest Grove, Oregon. The soil is called Laurelwood, an ancient ocean bottom uplift topped with loess — glacial scrapings or “rock flour.” The unusual aspect of this soil is the formation of “pisolites,” iron concretions that appear as rusted musket balls in the top layer, creating a pronounced “rose petal” nose that can be easily blind tasted in a lineup of top Oregon Pinots.

Related Products
Add To Cart
$45.00
/ 750ml
SKU: CHBB18
Add To Cart
$540.00
/ Case of 12
 
Add To Cart
$60.00
/ 750ml
SKU: PN46
Add To Cart
$720.00
/ Case of 12
 
Add To Cart
$50.00
/ 750ml
SKU: CHTE19
Add To Cart
$600.00
/ Case of 12
 
Founded in 1983 by Oregon native Jim Bernau with the dream of creating world-class Pinot Noir,
Willamette Valley Vineyards has grown from a bold idea into one of the region’s leading wineries, earning the title “One of America’s Great Pinot Noir Producers” from Wine Enthusiast Magazine

 

Sign Up For Our Newsletter

Be among the first to hear about new releases, local events and wine specials.
Plus, receive complimentary shipping on your first order of $50+

Newsletter

Opt into mailing list
Leave this field blank:

Become a Winery Owner

Become a Winery Owner in one of Oregon’s leading wineries and take part in the fastest growing wine region in America! Please join us in our Preferred Stock Offering (NASDAQ: WVVIP).

Ownership Includes:

  • 25% discount on wine purchases
  • Monthly complimentary wine tastings
  • Invitations to Owner-exclusive events, including our Annual Owners' Weekend
  • Regular email updates on winery developments
  • And more!

Learn More