Peter Michael Chardonnay Knights Valley Mon Plaisir 2004
Mon Plaisir has been produced since 1987 from a vineyard located in the hills above Alexander Valley. The cool and low-yielding vineyard enhances the extracted perfume that makes Mon Plaisir a rare single vineyard designation. This year, long alcoholic and malolactic fermentations allowed us to develop even further its intense and complex bouquet, as well as a round and very "gras" mouth feel.
Food Pairings for Peter Michael Chardonnay Knights Valley Mon Plaisir
Open and intense, this wine is indeed a true pleasure, display¬ing an exquisite bouquet of lemon cream, candied pineapple and honey. The palate is rich, full-bodied and creamy with beautiful fresh lemon, golden delicious apple, brioche and mineral notes. Hints of pain grille and hazelnut complete the long final mouth feel of this wine.
Aged 11 months in French Oak.
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