Mer Soleil Chardonnay Santa Lucia Highlands Silver Unoaked 2009
Citrus driven nose. Hints of matchstick, pineapple, banana and coconut. Soft and round entry. Oak is apparent but not defining. Mid-palate goes on to reveal other layers of flavors - vanilla, lemon meringue pie, and again coconut. Finish is rich with viscosity that coats the mouth for minutes after your last sip.
Very floral on the nose. It's a tad lacking on the palate though. Almost no fruit. It seems "nutty" and I pick up a distinct celery note. It's almost weird. Not really my cup of tea. It was better on the second day.
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Luxurious Drinks offers you: Wine - white - 2009 Mer et Soleil Chardonnay 3000ml - USA - Region: California - Apellation: Central-Coast - Chardonnay - 3000 ml.
Mid-palate reveals ripe fruits such as lemons, gooseberry and grapefruit. Finishes dry while the acid comes and goes in a balanced fashion. Laser sharp minerality carries through from start to finish on both palate and aroma.
Fine white wine- 2009 Mer et Soleil Chardonnay 3000ml - USA - Region: California - Apellation: Central-Coast - Chardonnay - 3000 ml.
The wine opens with tropical fruit and honeysuckle aromas. Luxurious flavors of creme brulee and even a hint of butter are framed by notes of fine oak and the lively acidity of citrus zest. The mouth-feel is full and lush and brings all the wine's elements through to a long, persistent finish.
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