Chardonnay Marqués de Casa Concha Limari 2008
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Oh, the Chilean values never seem to cease, especially this elegant and rich Chardonnay which, coming from any other producer, would cost twice as much. Lush pear, honey, spice, mango, wheat and vanilla combine with beautifully fresh citrus notes to create a balanced, full-bodied white. Enjoy with poultry dishes, seafood and most cheeses.
Lots of popcorn and butter on the nose, with more butter along with lemon and apple on the palate. This is a soft, rich wine without a lot of driving acids to spunk things up. Turns increasingly creamy on the finish.
Light yellow. Fresh aromas of tangerine and flowers. Gently spicy on the palate, offering tangy citrus and orchard fruit flavors and good mineral snap. Spicy and focused on the finish, which repeats the tangerine note.
Light gold; toasty oak, baking spices, hazelnuts, white peach; impeccable balance.
A little sweet and floral, but friendly, clean and balanced as a whole. On the nose and palate the usual oak and toast is present and accounted for, yet the mouthfeel gets a boost from welcome acidity. Modern and easy to like, with tasty apple and citrus flavors.
Brillantes Strohgelb. Intensive Aromen nach tropischer Frucht wie Papaya und Ananas. Kräftig, cremig und mineralhaltig, gut ausgewogen mit einem lang anhaltenden Abgang.
The 2007 Chardonnay Marques de Casa Concha offers up toasty oak, butterscotch, pear, and tropical fruit notes. Creamy-textured, round, and full-flavored, all of its components are well-integrated in this serious, flavorful effort meant for drinking over the next 2ndash;3 years.
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