I have been on a kick this summer trying the wines from this winery. This is their least expensive Chardonnay. This is a crisp Chardonnay that see no new oak and only 25% used French oak. Light golden in color. The nose is pretty with slight tropical fruits/melon but more lemon/lime notes and nice minerality. Medium bodied. Crisp acidity. On the palate, the minerality leads followed by a nice peachy quality and a bit of lemon. Long finish. This is delicious on its own and should be very versatile with all but the heaviest or lightest foods. It should probably be consumed over the next five years but may last longer if well stored.
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