Brotherhood America's Oldest Winery Chardonnay 2010
Decidedly popcorn buttery on the nose with hints of citrus and acidity, peaches and golden apple. Interesting palate of more of that golden apple, with a nice soft finish. Would be lovely with light cheeses and charcuterie!Add winemaker's notes
Decidedly popcorn buttery on the nose with hints of citrus and acidity, peaches and golden apple. Interesting palate of more of that golden apple, with a nice soft finish. Would be lovely with light cheeses and charcuterie!
Smells strongly of floral honeysuckle on the nose. In the mouth the hint of sour acidity and almost syrupy texture remind me very much of sour apple lollipops.
Pears and sugar on the nose. Crisp with hints of tart grapefruit with a citrus finish. One of the better Chardonnays I've had. Makes me ready for spring!
Food Pairings for Brotherhood America's Oldest Winery Chardonnay
This dry, white wine is clean, crisp, refreshing and very easy to drink. The New York terroir imports a mineral quality which is well-balanced by the pear and grapefruit aroma. The finish is long and soft with good acidity and lingering fruit.
|Alcohol: 13%||pH: 3.45|
|Sugar: 0.3 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 6.8 grams per liter|
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