The Durell name carries tremendous weight in the winemaking community. It is named after Ed Durell, who purchased the property in 1977 and turned the would-be cattle ranch into a world-class vineyard in 1982. Here, three singular American Viticultural Areas—the Sonoma Valley, Sonoma Coast, and Carneros—converge to create a distinctive microclimate. The Durell Chardonnay dazzles with its one-two punch of breezy tropical fruit and grounding minerality. It’s a textured wine with an even build and a lasting finish.