Chardonnay x Cherry Wine

Mite Resistance: Above average

Mold and Mildew Resistance: Above average - # 1 Recommended variety for high humidity environments

Appearance: Brilliant pink pistils, medium amount of trichomes

Terpenes: Sour Tropical Fruit

Flowers: Low density (airy), large top colas, numerous smaller colas on lower branches

Phenotypes: Low number, consistent structure across population

Branching Structure: Long internode spacing, abundant node sites, mid strength branches

Plant Size: Large (Recommended plant spacing 5’x5’)

Yield: High

Maturation Time: Slow trichome development, consistent late finisher (6-8 weeks) -“Safe” variety, will not go hot quickly Population

Average CBD:THC Ratio: 25:1 

Parent Profile

Chardonnay produces beautiful purple flowers dotted with pink pistils. The overall potency of Chardonnay is slightly lower than that of its parent, the Cherry Wine, but an increased yield is expected. This is a Sativa dominant phenotype that grows into enormous bushes that may be the most beautiful plants in the field. Its airy bud structure will make Chardonnay a good choice for farmers in humid areas, where bud mold may be an issue. Chardonnay’s late finishing characteristics make it the perfect variety to round out a staggered harvest when drying space is limited. Plant spacing is soil and climate dependent, but plan to give the Chardonnay more room than other varieties, at least 4’ x 4’.


Finishing time: Late (8 weeks or greater)

Average CBD:THC ratio- 25:1

Cherry Tart
Cherry Tart


One parent of Cherry Tart, from which it inherited the vivid pink pistils.


Total Cannabinoids present in a mid-late flower sample of Chardonnay.

Cherry Tart
Cherry Tart