Inwood S Palomino-Chardonnay 2006

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The dominant flavor is the nectar-like varietal character of the Palomino which is mostly never before tasted anywher...

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Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/25/2009

The dominant flavor is the nectar-like varietal character of the Palomino which is mostly never before tasted anywhere. Even to describe the initial aromas as honey, vanilla, pear and melon still leaves out the exact factor unique to this fruit. The Chardonnay (30%) is there to add complexity but mainly reduce the thickness of the Palomino which might be interpreted as excessive in a market unaccustomed to white wines this big and expansive.


Winemaker's Notes:

The dominant flavor is the nectar-like varietal character of the Palomino which is mostly never before tasted anywhere. Even to describe the initial aromas as honey, vanilla, pear and melon still leaves out the exact factor unique to this fruit. The Chardonnay (30%) is there to add complexity but mainly reduce the thickness of the Palomino which might be interpreted as excessive in a market unaccustomed to white wines this big and expansive.

The dominant flavor is the nectar-like varietal character of the Palomino which is mostly never before tasted anywhere. Even to describe the initial aromas as honey, vanilla, pear and melon still leaves out the exact factor unique to this fruit. The Chardonnay (30%) is there to add complexity but mainly reduce the thickness of the Palomino which might be interpreted as excessive in a market unaccustomed to white wines this big and expansive.

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