Rodney Strong Chardonnay Chalk Hill Reserve 2010

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The wine is both creamy and crisp, with abundant fruit character, mineral, and toasty oak flavors. Enjoy over the nex...

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A bit overly oaked but decent fruit, creme brulee, slight acidity and a nice finish. This gets a bit better after it warms up. Read more

Barrel fermentation in new and seasoned French oak added toasty vanilla and spice complexities. Creamy and rich on the palate. Encouraging secondar... Read more

With roots in this area going back to 1965, Rodney Strong Vineyards was the first to release a Chardonnay with the Chalk Hill name on the label. Of... Read more

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Snooth User: vin0vin0
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2.50 5
08/02/2012

A bit overly oaked but decent fruit, creme brulee, slight acidity and a nice finish. This gets a bit better after it warms up.


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Source: The Wine Buyer
02/06/2013

Barrel fermentation in new and seasoned French oak added toasty vanilla and spice complexities. Creamy and rich on the palate. Encouraging secondary fermentation adds additional complexity, and in the glass the wine is both creamy and crisp, with ripe apple, Meyer lemon, wet stone, and spiced vanilla flavors.


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01/17/2013

With roots in this area going back to 1965, Rodney Strong Vineyards was the first to release a Chardonnay with the Chalk Hill name on the label. Officially established as an AVA in 1983, Chalk Hill was named for its reflective white soils.


Winemaker's Notes:

The wine is both creamy and crisp, with abundant fruit character, mineral, and toasty oak flavors. Enjoy over the next 1-3 years.

The wine is both creamy and crisp, with abundant fruit character, mineral, and toasty oak flavors. Enjoy over the next 1-3 years.

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