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Trumpeter Familia Rutini Chardonnay Tupungato 2011

Member Review by briantwilley:

Very middle of the road wine. Decent nose of apples and oak. Not much flavor though. A bit tart for with not much body. Very drinkable, just not very memorable.

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Member Reviews for Trumpeter Familia Rutini Chardonnay Tupungato

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Snooth User: briantwilley
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Vintage: 2007 08/03/2009

Very middle of the road wine. Decent nose of apples and oak. Not much flavor though. A bit tart for with not much body. Very drinkable, just not very memorable.


External Reviews for Trumpeter Familia Rutini Chardonnay Tupungato

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Vintage: 2009 01/03/2012

Possibly the best value in Chardonnay Irsquo;ve encountered this year, Trumpeterrsquo;s 2004 Chardonnay roars from the glass with floral aromas. An extremely vinous offering, it expands to reveal a suave, lush, opulent personality redolent with expressive, exquisitely ripe white fruits. Fermented as well as aged in equal proportions stainless steel and oak barrels (30% new), this wine, a resounding success for Trumpeter, has loads of character and a long, seamless finish. Enjoy it over the next 2 years.


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Vintage: 2007 05/23/2011

Round and ripe, with good pear tartine and baked apple notes, followed by a toasty finish. For fans of the style. Drink now.


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Vintage: 2007 05/23/2011

Lightweight in its approach, but still sturdy. The bouquet offers melon, tropical notes and white flowers, while the palate deals mostly cantaloupe and banana. A modestly oaked wine without a ton of stuffing. Good for basic sipping.


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Vintage: 2007 05/23/2011

Possibly the best value in Chardonnay I've encountered this year, Trumpeter's 2004 Chardonnay roars from the glass with floral aromas. An extremely vinous offering, it expands to reveal a suave, lush, opulent personality redolent with expressive, exquisitely ripe white fruits. Fermented as well as aged in equal proportions stainless steel and oak barrels (30% new), this wine, a resounding success for Trumpeter, has loads of character and a long, seamless finish. Enjoy it over the next 2 years.



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