Geyser Peak Chardonnay Block Collection Water Bend 2009

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Geyser Peak Chardonnay Alexander Valley 2009 - The vineyards where we grow our Chardonnay grapes are located in the c...

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Geyser Peak Chardonnay Alexander Valley 2009 - The vineyards where we grow our Chardonnay grapes are located in the cooler regions of the Alexander Valley primarily south of the town of Geyserville. Here the morning fog keeps the vines blanketed in cool mist before the warmth of the afternoon sun breaks through. It is the interplay of the sun and fog that cultivates the vivid fruit flavors and vibrant acidity in our grapes. Most of the juice was barrel fermented and aged in small lots using a variety of yeast strains for added complexity while about 10% of the blend was fermented in stainless steel to retain purity of fruit character. Approximately fifty percent of the wine underwent malolactic fermentation and both the barrel and tank portions were treated to sur lie aging which contributes to the nutty richness and roundness of the wine. -Ondine Chattan The nose teases with aromatics

Geyser Peak Chardonnay Alexander Valley 2009 - The vineyards where we grow our Chardonnay grapes are located in the cooler regions of the Alexander Valley primarily south of the town of Geyserville. Here the morning fog keeps the vines blanketed in cool mist before the warmth of the afternoon sun breaks through. It is the interplay of the sun and fog that cultivates the vivid fruit flavors and vibrant acidity in our grapes. Most of the juice was barrel fermented and aged in small lots using a variety of yeast strains for added complexity while about 10% of the blend was fermented in stainless steel to retain purity of fruit character. Approximately fifty percent of the wine underwent malolactic fermentation and both the barrel and tank portions were treated to sur lie aging which contributes to the nutty richness and roundness of the wine. -Ondine Chattan The nose teases with aromatics

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