A Timeless and Elegant Grape
If the look of a countryside Mediterranean vineyard is something you're after in your landscape, then planting grapes is a sure fire way to achieve that appealing look. Contrary to what most people think, grapes are truly easy to grow!
Chardonnay vines are not easy to find at your local nursery because they are usually snapped up by the top wineries in bulk. Here's your chance at the same high quality plants with a strong root structure to provide you with an easy start.
Chardonnay is a traditional white wine grape that is one of our favorites and one that continues to dominate vineyard plantings in every corner of the world. It is believed that this specimen's earliest roots were firmly planted in the Burgundy wine region of eastern France, but Chardonnay grapes are now grown all over the globe.
The Chardonnay Grape blooms early in the season, with the fruit ripening relatively early as well-- sometimes before autumn in certain regions. The best Chardonnays grow in cooler climates, however this variety adapts well to warmer regions too.
One of the better methods of growing grapes is to train the vines to climb a trellis or trail over an arbor. Try not to crowd your vines, as these beauties do spread a bit and they tend to fair better with a little room for air circulation.
Chardonnay is happiest in limestone, clay or chalky soils, which are more prevalent throughout its traditional homeland, but it will perform well in almost any vineyard soil.
Plant in areas where this vine will receive plenty of sunshine everyday to ensure optimal flavor and bouquet.
Rich in vitamins and minerals, Chardonnay Grapes are a smart and tasty snack right off the vine, or throw them in your juicer for a sweet and delicious treat anytime.
Home fruit and vegetable gardening is currently the rage in popularity, and these Chardonnay Grape vines are sure to fill fruit bowls at home with a healthful snack everyone will love.
The taste and aroma of this green-skinned grape is surprisingly neutral, allowing vintners to develop various underlying flavors depending upon the container in which fermentation is developed.
Chardonnay wine's characteristics range from the crisp fruitiness of apples and pears with a hint of lemony citrus, to a richer and more full-bodied flavor such as buttery vanilla with the slightest suggestion of oak.
Just picture yourself sitting under your backyard pergola draped with ornamental grape vines and sipping your own homemade Chardonnay nectar! Undoubtedly, you'll be instantly transported to a romantic locale on the French Riviera.
Order your Chardonnay grapes today, as our supply is limited.