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Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Winemaker's Selection 2004
Region: Casablanca Valley, Chile Grape Variety: 100% Chardonnay Production Technique: The wine is 30% fermented in French oak and aged eight months on the lees. The remaining 70% is aged 8 months on stainless steel. 10% malolactic fermentation. Description: Color: Light, lemon yellow. Bouquet: Fresh yet intense. Pineapple, citrus and apples with a backdrop of vanilla. Taste: A medium bodied wine with a long, sweet finish. Alcohol Content: 13.5% Total Acidity: 5.9 g/l The wine has a lemon-yellow color. It is rich and appealing with heavy pineapple fruit, toasty oak and a creamy butter texture. It is an elegant, round and mouthfilling wine balanced by crisp acidity for a long and memorable finish. Excellent with seafood, poultry, medium-sauced pastas, as well as most cheeses. Serve slightly chilled.
External Reviews for Concha Y Toro Chardonnay Winemaker's Selection
Nice and clean, with ample stone fruit and apple aromas. No, not a lot of nuance on display. But plenty of ripe, pure apple and melon flavors followed by some length on the mildly creamy finish. Solid, with mass-market appeal.
Medium yellow color. High-pitched orchard fruit aromas of pear, quince and Granny Smith apple. Round and juicy, with a pure pear flavor that takes an exotic turn toward peach with air. Round, silky and juicy, finishing with vibrant notes of pear skin and lemon thyme.
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