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Peter Michael Chardonnay Knights Valley Ma Belle-Fille 2004
At the highest elevation on the estate, the marine influence on Ma Belle-Fille is greater, resulting in cooler daily temperatures in the summer and the autumn months. Situated far up above the summer fog ceiling and exposed to the southeast, the vineyard receives the very first rays of sunshine each morning and remains sunny all day long. This full exposure combined with cooler tem¬peratures creates some unique conditions for ripening the fruit. Maturation is reached earliest here among all of the Peter Michael vineyards.
External Reviews for Peter Michael Chardonnay Knights Valley Ma Belle-Fille
Elegant and feminine, the 2004 Chardonnay Belle Cote offers aromas of tropical fruit, crushed rocks, sweet white currants, and peaches. It does not have the body or richness of the 2003, but it is close in style. Robert Parker. A Chardonnay wine from California in USA. 2004 Michael Winery, Peter Chardonnay Belle Cote 750ml
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Spectacularly rich and intense, this vintage of Ma Belle-Fille boasts aromas of citrus oils, orange, dry apricot, apple skins, wet stone and brioche intermixed with notes of acacia. The mouth is rich, concentrated and very generous, displaying additional flavors of baked Reinette apple, meringue and orange rind. The finish is layered, rich, seductive and very long.
1,716 750ml bottles, 69 cases 1.5L bottles produced.
Aged 11 months in French Oak.
Notes: 100% of the cuvee was fermented using natural yeast 100% barrel fermented (French oak from selected artisan coopers)
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