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Very pretty aromas of freshly cut apple, grape skin and white flowers lead to a palate full of clean, rounded fruit flavors. It’s a spot-on example of the variety that shows no apparent new oak influence.

— Sean P. Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast February 2017

2014 Vintage

Giving up plenty of citrus blossom, white peach, and apple fruit, the 2014 Charles Smith Chardonnay, Eve, is medium-bodied, nicely textured, and balanced, with top-notch purity and nicely integrated acidity.

— Jeb Dunnuck, The Wine Advocate June 2016

2014 Vintage


Garlic fries, Grilled halibut with pineapple salsa

Tasting Notes

True to Chardonnay. Dry, creamy and smooth, with a multitude of flavors and aromas. Asian pears, Honey Crisp apple, and lemon curd with minerality that takes this heavenly wine to the next level.


2016, 100% Chardonnay, Washington State

2013 Washington Chardonnay

Wine Enthusiast May 2016

2013 Washington Chardonnay

Wine Enthusiast May 2016

2013 Washington Chardonnay

Wine Spectator December 2015

Charles Smith

Wine Enthusiast 2014

Charles Smith

Food & Wine Magazine 2009

Eve is a dry Chardonnay by Charles Smith Wines from Washington State



Eve is pure, tempting, and undeniably Washington State. With fresh, fruity flavors and a crisp, bright mouth feel reminiscent of Washington State’s famous apples, this dry Chardonnay has been winning awards ever since its grapes left the garden. Some say Adam and Eve taught the rest of us about good and evil. Which explains how, today, we know damn well that our Eve Chardonnay is wickedly good.