Poor wine guy passed away. RIP Michael.
Wow, 2011 and this chardonnay wine is still viable. I just opened one of my two remaining bottles. It has mellowed with time, but is like no other wine from this area. It is very complex and long-lasting with a particularly unique nose and finish. I served at a BYOB dinner six years ago and it held its own against Hundred Acres, Quilceda Creek and the like. In fact, it was the hit of the party. This wine has a distinct unique taste that isn't for all, but it is certainly better than a 4 glass wine. This winery isn't very consistent in quality, but this one will amaze with a great steak or fish!