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Chalk Hill Chardonnay Estate Vineyard Selection United States California Sonoma County Chalk Hill White 2010
External Reviews for Chalk Hill Chardonnay Estate Vineyard Selection United States California Sonoma County Chalk Hill White
Sweet cream, ripe peach, lemon oil and wet stone with a palate of rich minerality and tropical and stone fruit.
Exceptionally ripe, this has notes of tropical fruits, apricots and pears, with a glorious coating of sweet, smoky, buttered toast from the oak. It’s pretty obvious in its appeal, and it will be enjoyed by many for its vast richness.
This offers an expansive mix of ripe fig, apricot, mango and tropical fruit, holding a rich posture on the long, layered finish. Drink now through 2020.
The nose offers peach, mango, Butterscotch Melon and lemon. The flavors add mango, passion fruit, and Musque to the mix. While this Sauvignon Blanc is ripe and powerful, it also possesses the ample structure and acidity to age.
The 2010 Chalk Hill Chardonnay displays a bit more elegance than recent vintages, and is still wonderfully intense and powerful with notes of baked apple, hazelnuts, lemon peel, nutmeg, brioche and cream.
Equal parts delicious and intriguing with spicy smoky and floral notes. Meyer lemon apricot and nectarine flavors end with a juicy spicy finish with touches of spice box and crushed rock. Drink now. - MW Wine Spectator.
A Sauvignon Blanc wine from California in USA. 2010 Chalk Hill Sauvignon Blanc Estate 750ml
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