Green gold in color. The nose has nice minerality with slight lemons. On the palate, the lemons carry thru along with a slight bitterness. Good acidity. Nice finish. This retails for $23. It will works nicely with sea food and salads. Should be drunk in the next few years.
Green/gold in color. There is plenty of oak on the nose along with an enticing lemon creme. On the palate, this is very rich. There is a lot of oak, but it seems to start integrating in the glass and no doubt, will continue to do so if well cellared for the next few years. Plenty of lemon and vanilla too. An almost seamless texture which is very nice. Depending on your tastes, this is drinking well now or needs five years. Retail is $60. It will work with richer but lighter foods.
Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has some oak, its a bit tinny along with some nice lemon chiffon. On the palate, lemon tart with some confectionery sugar. Slightly oily texture. Soft. Some depth. Long finish. This retails for around $70 and that is the question. Is it worth it. A very nice wine to be sure, but it would seem there are plenty of Chardonnay's at this quality level for less money. It is reasonably food friendly. Of course, the other issue with white Burgundies is whether they will age or will oxidize prematurely. Caveat Emptor.
Light green/gold in color. The nose has a fair amount of oak still showing but the fruit is a bit faded. The palate is consistent with the nose. It seems like this was probably a bit better a few years ago and probably needs to be drunk sooner than later. For those who like oak drive California Chardonnay, this retails for $30.
This is a $10 Chardonnay from Chile. It is hard to provide "Amazing" at this price point, but this wine is solid, easy drinking and fairly priced. Yellow/green in color. The nose has minerals and slight lemon fruit. On the palate, this is easy drinking with low noticeable acidity. More grapefruit than lemon on the palate. Works great on its own especially for a large gathering.
Light golden in color. The nose has some grapefruit on it along with a bit of lemons and slight apple note. On the palate, this has tons of grapefruit. Great acidity. Long finish. A very unique take on Chardonnay in many ways more resembling a Sauvignon Blanc. Would work with a wide variety of foods. Porbably best drunk in the next few years.
This was very tight at first. Probably should have decanted for an hour. After a bit, it opened and was excellent. Yellow/gold in color. The nose is vanilla/lemon cream. Although "Burgundian" certainly could be used, it is a pretty consistent nose from this vineyard. On the palate, this has a creamy texture. Nice lemon cream with a touch of vanilla and an underlying minerality.
Light golden in color. The nose is very nice. Lemons, slightly candied, a bit of vanilla, and slight spice. On the palate, this has a creamy texture. Good not great acidity. Slightly oily texture. The lemon candy come thru nicely. A bit of oak too on the palate, but mostly integrated at this point. Good finish. Worked well with lighter foods. Seems to still be maturing but getting close to peak. No hurry has a decade or more to go.