Chateau Ste. Michelle Chardonnay Horse Heaven Hills Canoe Ridge Estate Vineyard 2006

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“The warmth of the Wahluke Slope consistently produces Chardonnays with an appealing tropical fruit character. The ...

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750ml
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Winemaker's Notes:

Winemaker Bob Bertheau’s goal is to craft soft, harmonious, integrated chardonnays, while enhancing the tropical character of Wahluke Slope fruit. Ripe grapes were lightly pressed and inoculated with Epernay II yeast for accentuated, fruit-forward flavors. Fermented in American oak barrels, 25% new. 100% sur lie aged for seven months to integrate the fruit and oak flavors and provide a rich mouthfeel. Malolactic fermentation also took place to add softness, balance and depth

Tasting Notes:

“The warmth of the Wahluke Slope consistently produces Chardonnays with an appealing tropical fruit character. The 2006 bottling delivers pineapple, butterscotch, and vanilla aromas with notes of brown sugar and spice. The Indian Wells Chardonnay is soft and rich yet maintains a beautiful elegance. I like this wine with scallops, scampi or pasta with slightly richer sauces.”

Winemaker Bob Bertheau’s goal is to craft soft, harmonious, integrated chardonnays, while enhancing the tropical character of Wahluke Slope fruit. Ripe grapes were lightly pressed and inoculated with Epernay II yeast for accentuated, fruit-forward flavors. Fermented in American oak barrels, 25% new. 100% sur lie aged for seven months to integrate the fruit and oak flavors and provide a rich mouthfeel. Malolactic fermentation also took place to add softness, balance and depth

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Chemical Analysis:

Total Acidity: 5.3 grams per liter

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