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93 points Josh Raynolds (International Wine Cellar): Green-gold. Powerful aromas of orchard fruits, orange, sweet but...Read more...
Martin Wine Cellar (New Orleans – Metairie – Mandeville)
In 2007 the Damaris Reserve blend was predominantly (89%)from the Sangiacomo vineyard in Carneros, with the remainder from the Lorenzo vineyard in ... Read more
Bright gold/deep straw color lets you know this chard is no wallflower. Nose of warm tropical fruits, spice and vanilla. Pineapple and spice move ... Read more
The 1997 Chardonnay Demaris Reserve has a smoky, roasted nut, and honeysuckle-scented nose with tropical fruit and toast in the background. Layered... Read more
Food Pairings for Landmark Chardonnay Damaris Reserve
In 2007 the Damaris Reserve blend was predominantly (89%)from the Sangiacomo vineyard in Carneros, with the remainder from the Lorenzo vineyard in the Russian River. This is a beautifully proportioned and satisfying Chardonnay, long in the mouth and finish. Classic scents and flavors of peach and pear fruit, nutmeg spiciness, roasted cashews, lees, and butter. Nice sense of crispness and precision. Pricey but excellent.
Bright gold/deep straw color lets you know this chard is no wallflower. Nose of warm tropical fruits, spice and vanilla. Pineapple and spice move into a slight minerality with a nice smoky finish. Not a lightweight, complex but not too heavy. Great all by itself and pairs well with food. Just lovely.
External Reviews for Landmark Chardonnay Damaris Reserve
The 1997 Chardonnay Demaris Reserve has a smoky, roasted nut, and honeysuckle-scented nose with tropical fruit and toast in the background. Layered with excellent purity, power, richness, and underlying acidity, this is another top-flight Chardonnay from this underrated producer. Drink it over the next several years.
Very rich and ripe, this multicounty-sourced California Chardonnay reserve wakes up the taste buds with it s layers of fig, tangerine, cedary oak and spice, culminating in a long, complex aftertaste. Drink now through 2004.
The 1998 Chardonnay Demaris is bolder, richer and smokier.
Tasty. Ripe, rich and complex, with layers of pear, vanilla, honey and citrus, and a creamy, smooth texture. Long and sophisticated on the finish. Drink now through 2002.
Pale gold. Fresh honeydew and peach on the nose, with a bright mineral accent. Crisp and nervy, with impressively focused pit and citrus flavors enlivened by a stony quality. Clean, nervy and long, with a lingering note of citrus zest.
Bright yellow-gold. Exotic, perfumed bouquet of tangerine, peach, anise, shiso leaf, iodine and spicecake. Juicy, broad and impressively concentrated citrus, pear and melon flavors are framed by juicy acidity and turn smoky with air. Finishes with excellent cut and an echo of smoke and baking spices. An impressively balanced and sexy midweight.
93 points Josh Raynolds (International Wine Cellar): Green-gold. Powerful aromas of orchard fruits, orange, sweet butter, lily of the valley and smoky lees, plus a strong undercurrent of iodine; smells like a serious, old-school Chassagne-Montrachet. Round and fleshy, with deep, smoky pear, sweet citrus and licorice flavors and slow-building spiciness. The smoky and floral qualities resonate on the finish, which is impressively incisive and long. (May/Jun 2009)
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