A former Gold medal winner this is tasty Chardonnay for everyday drinking. Thanks to night harvesting it has delicious tropical ripeness and great freshness, ensuring its appeal to lovers of both affordable white Burgundy and New World Chardonnay.
"Creamy smooth – I like it!"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
If you enjoy quality wine and appreciate value, southern France offers a cornucopia of pleasures, especially if you know your way around. Let us be your guide – we have been wending our way around villages and vineyards there since the late 1960s so we know the finest sites and have hundreds of invaluable connections. One is the affable Yannick Pons at his family estate. The beautiful property is skirted by the Canal du Midi and the Roman road Via Domitia, not far from the famous Oppidum (hilltop town) d’Ensérune, which dates back some 3,000 years. This is prime Chardonnay country, producing lovely, pure, creamy wine in the modern style, with a pleasing bite of freshness too. It’s perfect on its own or with salads, fish dishes or chicken.
Here's one to try next
If you like Domaine Saint André Chardonnay 2018 but fancy trying something new, here's what our wine team recommend
you taste next.
For 50 years we've helped customers discover new wines with confidence, based on what
they already love ... now you can enjoy that same service online. How it works.
Why not add a few bottles of a new wine you're guaranteed to like ... or your money back!
Superb Burgundy-style Chardonnay with minerally finesse from ocean cooled vineyards of the Languedoc
£10.99 a bottle
£9.89 When you mix 12 or more
How it Works
Customers are always telling us they want to try new wines but don't know where to start ... well, help
you can trust is here!
Our expert wine team have been furiously busy on your behalf. They tasted all 2,500
of our wines and scored them against a SECRET list of flavour components ... the building blocks of deliciousness.
Welcome to Tasteography
All those flavours that might be mingling in your favourite wine - fruit types, oak (or not),
spice, dryness, body, depth of colour - were scored, rated and ranked by professional tasters.
Next came the boffins, making all those numbers talk to each other. And then out pops the recommendation.
A wine that's one degree of separation away from what you know you like - and so is the next great bottle
It's a fun and risk-free way to expand your horizons - and remember that 100% guarantee of satisfaction too!
Rate and review
Awards and Accolades
Concours des Vins Lyon,
Medal - Guide Gilbert & Gaillard,
Forgot your password?Click here to have a new one sent to you.