Dreaming Tree Chardonnay 2010
The fruit jumps out of the glass and reminds you of roasted pear or baked apple pie. Big fruit and brown spices are backed by a distinct Central Coast citrus note. The entry coats your mouth with these great flavors. Easy to enjoy, this wine will bring the coastal wine adventure right to your home. Food Pairing: Delicious on a warm summer night or with grilled seafood, seafood and chicken paella, fresh fava bean salad, or buttered radishes and smoked salt.
Creamy, buttery chard - some lemon curd and a bit of anise. I like the slight sweetness on the palate, and the finish is quite oaky, with a good long tail of oak. Good acidity as well.
I really enjoyed this wine. It was smooth and buttery and went very well with lemon garlic salmon. I will be getting it again!
Nice chardonnay for the price.
Crisp with a clean finish, a light sweetness n a bit of saltiness at the end.
Very light and fruity compared to most chards I've had.
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