Ohio used to be one of the top winemaking spots in the US. While it no longer has the reputation it once had, there are some very good wines being made in Ohio. This is especially true for the whites and the dessert wines. Chardonnay, however, is not typically one of the more successful whites, but this is one of the best! Light golden/green in color. The nose is nice with melons, vanilla and slight spice. On the palate, this has a creamy texture. Light acidity. The melons and vanilla come thru along with some tropical fruit. Very refreshing and better if served cold to bring out more acidity. Good finish. This should be consumed in the next few years. It works well on its own and will work with fruit salads and light seafoods.
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