About Chardonnay: Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety used to create white wines. It originated in the Burgundy wine region of eastern France, but is now grown wherever wine is produced. Chardonnay wine tends to be medium to light bodied with noticeable acidity. Wines that have gone through malolactic fermentation, as LaBelle Chardonnay has, tend to have softer acidity and fruit flavors with buttery mouthfeel.
About Vidal Blanc: Vidal Blanc is a white hybrid grape variety developed in the 1930s by French wine grape breeder Jean Louis Vidal. It is a very winter-hardy variety that manages to produce high sugar levels in cold climates with moderate to high acidity. It is grown widely throughout the United States where it is used to produce both dry and sweet wines.