A To Z Wineworks Chardonnay Oregon 2006
89 points Josh Raynolds (IWC): Green-tinged gold. Impressively complex bouquet evokes pear, Meyer lemon, iodine, smoked meat and toasty lees; this has the nose of a much more expensive wine. Fleshy pear and floral honey flavors are deep and a touch warm, picking up refreshing lime and dusty minerals on the finish. An outstanding value. (Apr 2008)
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It's quite the success story: This Chardonnay came about through a partnership of the two families that founded A to Z in 2001 - and A to Z is now the fastest-growing winery in the Willamette Valley. Fermented and aged mainly in stainless steel, this white wine has a bright, crisp character.
This Oregon Chardonnay is produced by the partnership of two winemaking families that founded A to Z in 2001. A to Z is now the fastest-growing winery in the Willamette Valley. The wine was fermented and aged mainly in stainless steel, giving this Chardonnay a bright, crisp character.
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