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Sharpe Hill Chardonnay Southeastern New England Vineyard Reserve 2010

Member Review by MTB:

Described as a French-style Chardonnay and aged six-eight months in French oak barrels. Like the American Chardonnay, this wine is more earthy than fruity, with lovely floral and slight grassy notes on the nose and in the mouth. It’s not as smokey as the Cuvee; a result of being aged in older barrels. While not a sweet wine, it’s definitely sweeter than either of the other Chardonnays, but finishes with a slight tartness.

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Sharpe Hill Vineyard:
Come and visit Sharpe Hill Vineyard, the award winning winery of Connecticut's Quiet Corner! Sharpe Hill Vineyard has received over 250 medals in International tastings and is located in the town of Pomfret - just minutes from scenic Route 169 and from the Putnam Antiques District.

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Snooth User: MTB
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2.00 5
Vintage: 2007 10/12/2009

Described as a French-style Chardonnay and aged six-eight months in French oak barrels. Like the American Chardonnay, this wine is more earthy than fruity, with lovely floral and slight grassy notes on the nose and in the mouth. It’s not as smokey as the Cuvee; a result of being aged in older barrels. While not a sweet wine, it’s definitely sweeter than either of the other Chardonnays, but finishes with a slight tartness.

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Snooth User: scooter12
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2007 09/05/2009

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