Kenwood Sonoma Series Chardonnay 2007
Combining grapes from the cool climate regions of southern Sonoma Valley and the Russian River Valley give this Chardonnay bright fruit aromas of green apples, pears and citrus zest. Toasty notes unfold on the palate leaving a rich mouthfeel and lingering finish. Food Pairing Enjoyable as an aperitif and as an accompaniment to fresh greens, chicken and seafood dishes. Composition: 100% Chardonnay Appellation: Sonoma County Aging: 6 months in French oak Alcohol: 13.5%
Two and a half glasses
External Reviews for Kenwood Sonoma Series Chardonnay
Pleasing. Marked by crisp, clean grapefruit, pear and apple notes, it fans out and turns refreshing. Drink now through 2000.
Fruit tiers of pear and apple flavors are well-balanced with toasted vanilla oak notes that leave a smooth and creamy finish on the palate.
Light, lean, fresh and fruity, zingy apple and melon flavors lingering spicily on the finish. Ready new. 17,700 cases made.
A fresh and fruity California-style Chardonnay with just a touch of oak. Straightforward, crisp flavors make this a supremely crowd-pleasing white wine.
There's some pretty apple and peach fruit, and enough oaky influences to bring out smoky, vanilla nuances. The texture is supple, crisp and creamy. Made in a crowd-pleasing style, and one that won't break the bank.
This wine is marked by ripe pear and apple flavors and has a grassy edge that gives it another element of complexity. Turns elegant and ends with a dash of citrus. Drink now.