Sonoma Chardonnay Iced Tea

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$7.99 - Tin - 6 pouches / 6 quart pitchers #16801

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This sparkling, yellow-gold infusion brings a lively and refreshing burst of ripe fruit flavor. A perfect refresher for any time of the year!

As featured in Wine Spectator and on

This vacation in a glass has a base of Sonoma Chardonnay fine wine grape skins infused with tropical pineapple and sweet peach notes. It’s like drinking a glass of wine country sunshine!


We have replaced the tea leaves found in traditional iced tea with the next best thing – fresh harvested fine wine grape skins from beautiful Sonoma County, California. These fine wine grape skins impart nuanced, sophisticated flavors that are perfect for entertaining or to enjoy anytime. Sonoma Iced Teas also contain multiple polyphenols such as resveratrol, making it a great addition to a balanced diet. So steep a pitcher of this bright and fruity blend and sip to your heart’s content.


-Strong cheeses such as aged goat and blue
-Green salads, avocado, spinach, squash, asparagus
-White meats like roast chicken, turkey, pork
-Creamy pasta dishes like Chicken Tetrazzini
-Seafood such as smoked trout, rare salmon, crab cakes, shrimp

More About This Product


Place 1 pouch in a heat-resistant pitcher or pot and add 2 cups of boiling water. Steep for 10 minutes. Remove the pouch, add 2 heaping cups of ice and stir until melted. Serve over more ice. Garnish with fresh fruit and sweeten if desired.



Chardonnay fine wine grape skins, apple bits, organic lemongrass, natural white wine flavor, organic orange peel, natural pineapple and peach flavors, sweet blackberry leaves and natural peach juice



Country of Origin

USA - Grape skins produced in Sonoma County by Whole Vine Products

What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 4 Star

Interesting twist on iced tea - Grape skins!

4 Stars Interesting twist on iced tea - Grape skins!

from NE on wrote:

I love this iced tea. I did not expect it to taste as if I were drinking a dry white wine. If I wanted a dry white wine, I would have opened a bottle of chardonnay. Duh! This one, though, is unique, subtle and refreshing. The pineapple and peach flavorings combine with the subtle chardonnay tones to produce a truly unique, refreshing summer take on iced tea. I use either stevia or agave with this, both of which bring out the flavors nicely.

why you can't just believe reviews

5 Stars why you can't just believe reviews

from NH on wrote:

Don't always trust reviews alone. I fortunately didn't check ahead and found our family favorite. I spent a lot of time trying tons of mixes for a refreshing ice tea. bottom line is this makes the ideal base. Add a bag or two of your favorite fruit flavors, ours is peach, the regular sized bags, and a light refreshing iced tea is the result. It goes quickly here.

Very Disappointed

1 Star Very Disappointed

from NE on wrote:

Not sure exactly what I was expecting with my trio purchase (Chardonnay, Cabernet, Rose) but still expected something better. I drink my tea (hot and iced) plain, without sugar. With the Chardonnay and Rose - I brought the with me, to a friends house and we thought, "Didn't steep it long enough." So - we brewed 2 more pots and steeped for a really long time. Still nothing. The colors were pretty - but we found that even sugar could not bring out the taste. I tried the Cabernet alone & while there was some taste, just did not care for it. I loved the idea - but was bummed out.

Refreshing and different

4 Stars Refreshing and different

from NY on wrote:

I like the idea of this iced tea- using the grape skins from a winery- and I like the subtle and refreshing taste. It is very mellow, use less water than a litre for each pouch to get a fuller flavor. If hibiscus teas are a bit too astringent for you, try the Chardonnay and Rose wine teas.

I loved it!

5 Stars I loved it!

from IL on wrote:

Just had some at my cousin's. Loved it! Will purchase. Great hot, too! (Why no tea bags for hot tea?)