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This Chardonnay offers fruit-forward apple aromas with hints of spice and honey. Rich flavors reminiscent of apple pi...Read more...
Bright chardonnay with an immediate attack of sweet pears and pineapple with a candy-like nectar of peaches, nectarines and even apricot, but all i... Read more
Good value. lemon, apples, vanilla, butterscotch and creamy Read more
This unoaked chardonnay is a fruity and special find. It is crisp, clean more like a Riesling than one usually thinks of a chardonnay. This is a... Read more
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Bright chardonnay with an immediate attack of sweet pears and pineapple with a candy-like nectar of peaches, nectarines and even apricot, but all in balance. Crisp, almost floral nose. The absence of toasty oak is a nice hint of vanilla. Actually reminiscent of a lovely Batard Montrachet I had before. The second day, some oak came through, but very slight.
Good value. lemon, apples, vanilla, butterscotch and creamy
This unoaked chardonnay is a fruity and special find. It is crisp, clean more like a Riesling than one usually thinks of a chardonnay. This is a nice wine that went well with our turkey dinner on Thanksgiving. If you like fruity but not too sweet, this is a great find.
Promising nose, with lots of carmel-coated pears, but the palate is quickly overwhelmed by a bitter, oppressive oakiness that gets worse with every sip. Which is a shame, because the grapes seem to have a lot of nice hidden fruit. Spectator's on crack. $12
No oak gets in the way of this delicious, dry, citrusy chard. The finist is on the mid-palate, and lingers and lingers.
smooth, mellow, no after-taste. not too sweet and not too dry.
External Reviews for Columbia Crest Chardonnay Columbia Valley Two Vines
Juicy and polished. Its spicy vanilla overtones and silky texture show off the well-rounded pear and apple flavors. An elegant wine for the price.
This crisp, light and appealing Washington wine offers spicy green apple and citrus aromas and flavors that linger on the finish. Drinkable now.
Bright and juicy, a lively mouthful of pear and melon fruit, with spicy notes sneaking in on the open-textured finish. Drink now through 2003.
A strong, spicy nose opens into a clean and bracing wine, with a firm structure, full flavors and ripe, fresh fruit. It's not as over the top and user-friendly as the enormously popular 1998 and 1999 versions, but it's darn fine every day go-to bottle.
Cross my heart, it is impossible to separate the delicious, tropical orange grove fruitiness of this wine from the full-figured, butter and oak infused texture. Lifting acidity lends support and length, making this smooth wine the perfect match for any occasion.
Yet another re-tool for this winery; Two Vines replaces the Columbia Valley tier. Smooth and flavorful, this chardonnay sports citrus/tropical fruit, suggestions of oak, and medium acids. Plenty of flavor in a balanced, forward, easy-drinking yet meaty effort.
Fruity and soft and approachable, a mass-produced wine that still shows hand-crafted flavors. For the price this may well be the country's top chardonnay.
This Chardonnay offers fruit-forward apple aromas with hints of spice and honey. Rich flavors reminiscent of apple pie and cinnamon end with a pleasant note of toasted marshmallow. Vibrant Washington fruit characters, with fresh acidity marry beautifully with toasty oak nuances.
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