Jackson Estate Seco Highlands Chardonnay

Jackson Estate

Seco Highlands



A rich, lively wine offering floral notes and balanced oak. The Rued clone imparts a Muscat/Gewürztraminer nose that makes the Seco Highlands Chardonnay a very inviting and surprising wine. The Arroyo Seco (Spanish for Dry Creek) appellation of Monterey County is in the center of the chilled Salinas Valley. Just the right distance from the Pacific Ocean to balance warm, sun-drenched days for ripeness, with the cooling effect of a marine layer (fog) and cold nights for bright, fresh acidity. Complex regions create the most interesting wines.


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Wine Facts


Arroyo Seco, Monterey County


100% Chardonnay


Elevation: 250 - 350 feet above sea level

Soil: Western slope of Arroyo Seco region that is an alluvial bench of sandy loam and gravel soils.

Climate: Quite windy, yet nestled against the Santa Lucia mountains which reduces the wind factor. Fog is usually thick in the evenings coming in daily from the Monterey Bay.

Primary Aromas & Flavors Primary Aromas & Flavors
buttery oak, floral muscat citrus note

Primary Aromas & Flavors

Food & Wine Pairing Food & Wine Pairing
veal picatta

Food & Wine Pairing

Ideal Serving Temperature Ideal Serving Temperature
50° F

Ideal Serving Temperature

Ideal Glass Shape Ideal Glass Shape
white burgundy

Ideal Glass Shape

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