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In Roman mythology, the god Bacchus was commonly known as the lord of wine, frivolity and intoxication. His love of the ldquo;grape fantasticrdquo;... Read more
Light yellow. Melon and pit fruits on the nose, with notes of white flowers and honey. Expansive and open-knit, offering sweet honeydew, peach and ... Read more
From a small project owned Jeff Pisoni, the 2008 Chardonnay is a tropical fruit, nectarine, lemon oil, and pineapple-scented beauty displaying fres... Read more
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In Roman mythology, the god Bacchus was commonly known as the lord of wine, frivolity and intoxication. His love of the ldquo;grape fantasticrdquo; has quite obviously inspired the winemakers at Bacchant (ldquo;Worshipper of Bacchusrdquo;) to produce an admirable accolade to his divineness mdash; reminiscent of Bacchusrsquo;s own decadence. The luscious Luli 2007 Chardonnay, from the cool Santa Lucia Highlands in California, is a balanced wine with superb acidity and intense flavor. A nose evocative of whipped cream tinged with lemon opens up beautifully into flavors of fresh apricot laced with citrus notes, delivering a lingering finish. Luli is a crisp, largely unoaked style of Chardonnay mdash; just perfect with todayrsquo;s fresh catch.
Light yellow. Melon and pit fruits on the nose, with notes of white flowers and honey. Expansive and open-knit, offering sweet honeydew, peach and nectarine flavors and gentle acidity. Extremely easy to drink, with good snap to the long, juicy finish.
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