4 Foxes

2012 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay


California: Sonoma County: Sonoma Coast

Offer Expired:May 25, 2014 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


We don't need roads

What could make today’s delicious 4 Foxes 2012 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay even better? How about knowing you’ll be supporting a fantastic cause as you’re enjoying this stellar white wine? A percentage of today’s sale will go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation and their fight against Parkinson’s Disease.

Today’s wine is an incredibly crisp and refreshing 100% Chardonnay, sourced from some of the best vines along the Sonoma Coast. Our tasting panel couldn’t get enough of today’s wine, with one member continually exclaiming how much she loved the bouncy acidity in the finish. This lively acidity makes today’s wine a perfect match for a creamy summer pesto… yum!

When we find a cause we believe in - and can highlight a spectacular wine in the process - we do everything we can to support it. Please join us in helping the Michael J. Fox Foundation in their fight against Parkinson’s Disease. Cheers!

Tasting Profile


Very pale yellow, almost to the color of straw.


Lively and aromatic, with green apple, freshly picked pear, and a touch of exotic fruits mingling with sweet vanilla bean, a touch of brioche, and a kiss of white flower petal.


Very fresh and wonderfully well balanced on the palate, with Granny Smith apple, honeydew melon, and white peach delicately layered overtop vanilla bean, a hint of caramel, and buttery brioche.


Perfectly approachable, and perfectly delicious, the finish is bright and crisp, with a lively acidity that nearly has a ‘bounce’ to it.


A delightful summer pasta dish of garlic mustard pesto, served alongside homemade garlic bread.

What the Winery Says

Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California
Fruit Variety
100% Chardonnay
Aged 11 months in 30% French oak

About the Winery

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