NEW WINE ALERT: Chêne Crémeux Chardonnay 

Bright Cellars Chêne Crémeaux

Bright Cellars’ Chêne Crémeux Chardonnay

Let us first get one thing straight – there’s no rule that says you can’t drink white after Labor Day. Even if such a rule did exist, we firmly believe rules are made to be broken. With ripe fruit flavors and a rich, creamy texture, our new Chene Cremeux Chardonnay invites a seamless transition into fall. 

Chêne Crémeux Wines 

We believe in simplicity. Ostentation, embellishment, hyperbole – they all just get in the way of making a quality wine that we can be proud of. Our Chêne Crémeux wines reflect these beliefs – we make delicious, buttery Chardonnays in the French artisan style that celebrate life’s humble pleasures. Like a baguette baked fresh this morning with a smear of French artisanal butter. Simple perfection.

Chêne Crémeux Chardonnay 

Rich and creamy in texture, this buttery Chardonnay is bursting with ripe fruit flavors of pineapple, peach, and melon with bright, acidic citrus maintaining balance on the palate. You’ll notice notes of pineapple, peach, cantaloupe, and coconut. 


Our Chêne Crémeux Chardonnay hails from Lodi, California – a well-known, scenic wine region nestled between the San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. With more than 100,000 acres of vineyards, Lodi is known for some of the richest soils for growing grapes. 

The unique conditions make it possible to grow a wide range of varietals – in fact, more varieties from around the world are grown in Lodi than anywhere else in California. 


If you’re eager to try this rich, creamy Chardonnay, you’ve come to the right place. It’s easy to add Chêne Crémeux Chardonnay to your next box and join the ranks of wine lovers who are indulging in fine wines with French style! Just send our Wine Concierge Team an email at or give them a call at (844) 223-5527 and request Chêne Crémeux.



Bright Cellars

Our staff is full of passionate wine lovers. With our amazing sommeliers at the helm, we’ve been schooled on all things wine. We came together to write this article, in hopes of spreading a little wine-ducation with you.

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