Peconic Bay Winery Chardonnay North Fork la Barrique 2005

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Winemaker Tasting Notes: This wine possesses a complex fruit-sweet bouquet and a soft-textured mouthfeel. The nose ex...

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Raeders Wine & Liquors
Albertson, NY (2,500 mi)
USD 16.99
750ml
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winemaker notes: This wine possesses a complex fruit-sweet bouquet and a soft-textured mouthfeel. The nose exhibits pear, vanilla and spice. It is ... Read more

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Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/25/2009

winemaker notes: This wine possesses a complex fruit-sweet bouquet and a soft-textured mouthfeel. The nose exhibits pear, vanilla and spice. It is reminiscent of a freshly baked apple pie. The palate has a velvety richness that shows a fine balance between fruit, acid and French oak. The finish softly fades away. I would recommend pairing this wine with grilled chicken or rich seafood such as crab, scallops, lobster or wild salmon. creamy sauces that emply seasonings such as apple, lemon, garlic, dill, basil and ginger compliment this wine well.


Winemaker's Notes:

Winemaker Tasting Notes: This wine possesses a complex fruit-sweet bouquet and a soft-textured mouthfeel. The nose exhibits pear, vanilla and spice. It is reminiscent of a freshly baked apple pie. The palate has a velvety richness that shows a fine balance between fruit, acid and French oak. The finish softly fades away. Food Pairing Notes: I would recommend pairing this wine with grilled chicken or rich seafood such as Crab, Scallops, Lobster or Wild Salmon. Creamy sauces that employ seasonings such as apple, lemon, garlic, dill, basil and ginger compliment this wine well. Peconic Bay wines are the product of the soil and mild climate of the North Fork of Long Island, benefiting from the most days of sunshine and the longest growing season in New York State. » Return to Peconic Bay Wine List

Winemaker Tasting Notes: This wine possesses a complex fruit-sweet bouquet and a soft-textured mouthfeel. The nose exhibits pear, vanilla and spice. It is reminiscent of a freshly baked apple pie. The palate has a velvety richness that shows a fine balance between fruit, acid and French oak. The finish softly fades away. Food Pairing Notes: I would recommend pairing this wine with grilled chicken or rich seafood such as Crab, Scallops, Lobster or Wild Salmon. Creamy sauces that employ seasonings such as apple, lemon, garlic, dill, basil and ginger compliment this wine well. Peconic Bay wines are the product of the soil and mild climate of the North Fork of Long Island, benefiting from the most days of sunshine and the longest growing season in New York State. » Return to Peconic Bay Wine List

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