Cost: $7.99 – $9.99
Deep straw coloring leads into a light to medium-bodied white with a floral bouquet and an almost tart finish. Pair with grilled white meat for best combination.
Recommendations: Far be it from me to say that Yellowtail anything is some type of earth-shattering life-altering wine. Now, with that out of the way, I can say that Yellowtail Chardonnay is a good gateway chardonnay. By that I mean that if you’ve been afraid to really get into chardonnay because you’re not a fan of the buttery finish of oaked chardonnay, Yellowtail can help you ease into it.
With just enough buttery/oaky finish to it, the Yellowtail chardonnay will pair well with a range of white meats with the possible exception of some of your more delicate fish meals. Grilled chicken and pork are a good pairing. While this isn’t even approaching my favorite white wine, if you’re throwing a party, this is a good one to grab for your white as it’s affordable and will appeal to a range of white wine drinkers.