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A nice fresh nose that delivers plenty of apple, citrus and floral notes in a slightly sweet vein. Nicely medium bodied in the mouth, this combine... Read more
Not-too-ripe fruit is blended with modest oak and a scattering of lees to make a Chablis-style wine of high quality. It's lean by contrast with tod... Read more
Intense, spicy and lively; a vibrant wine, with focused pineapple, lemon and nutmeg aromas and flavors and a tight, concentrated finish. Best from ... Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Silverado Vineyards Chardonnay North Coast
A nice fresh nose that delivers plenty of apple, citrus and floral notes in a slightly sweet vein. Nicely medium bodied in the mouth, this combines fresh acids with a bit of viscosity, yielding a light yet silky mouthfeel. The flavors are in the orange cream and apple end of the spectrum, with refreshing acids on the moderately long, yet simple finish that ends on pear fruit and hard mineral tones. This is a nicely styled crowd pleaser style of winemaking, it’s pretty fruity yet with bags of acid making it best suited for drinking on it’s own, or with some simple grilled fish. 87pts
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Not-too-ripe fruit is blended with modest oak and a scattering of lees to make a Chablis-style wine of high quality. It's lean by contrast with today's hugely ripe Chards, with flavors of peaches and green apples. But the winemaker additions add richness to this sleek, stylish wine.
Intense, spicy and lively; a vibrant wine, with focused pineapple, lemon and nutmeg aromas and flavors and a tight, concentrated finish. Best from 1994 or '95.
Bright yellow gold. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Vanilla and stone fruit aromas lead an elegant palate with bright fruit flavors and smoky oak accents.
Apple, nutmeg, butterscotch aromas swirl around pear, vanilla and toasty oak flavors.
Apple, sweet oak and mineral aromas. Pear, vanilla and toasty oak flavors dominate; medium-bodied with rich, silky texture and long lingering finish.
Sleek and appealing, with a tight band of spice, lemon-lime and ripe pear flavors. Drink now.
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