Whether you like this wine comes down to style. It is well made in the "classic" new world style with rich, opulent tropical fruit, butter and oak. It does seem to be a bit past its prime so drinking sooner than later is called for. Golden in color. The nose has butterscotch, spice, mango and butter. On the palate, this has a voluptuous texture. Decent acidity certainly helps it work with food. The buttery and spice notes are predominant on the palate but there is some tropical fruit quality. This is not my preferred style of Chardonnay but it is certainly better than many in the category. A glass was plenty for me, but trying to be objective, this is a fine wine.
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