This is 100% Chardonnay from a vineyard originally planted in 1951. Les Avats means "All Good" in old French. Silvery gold in color. The nose has minerals and lemons with slight yeast notes. On the palate, this is slightly sweet. Not a lot of effervescence. It seems slightly oxidized. I don't know if that is the house style or an issue with this bottle. Either way, it is not to a level of being a problem. The lemon/citrus carries thru to the palate. Nice finish. This probably should be consumed in the next five years if this bottle is representative. It will go with most foods.