Consistently one of the best Chardonnay's coming from Napa. It is a hypothetical cross in style between a fatter Burgundy and a racier California Chardonnay. It is a bit tropical and definitely shows some oak, but used deftly. Always a hit when a bottle is opened. Pale golden in color. The nose has vanilla, lemons and minerals. Complex. On the palate, this is round but with enough acidity to make it work. Vanilla and lemon cream. Long finish. This keeps unwinding in the glass. Not a baby but not yet at peak depending how you like your Chards. This will work great on its own or with all but the lightest and heaviest foods. It should peak in about 3 to 5 years and easily have ten years after that.