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Food Pairings for St. Francis Wild Oak Chardonnay
Sour start. Tart. Lemon, honey
Here's a good value treat. Nice perfume, so take a long, deep self-indulgent breath. You'll taste an equal balance of flowers and citrus on the tip of your tongue. If you're one of those people who fish the lemon peel out of your martini when no one's looking, you'll want to slosh this poor man's nectar to the back of your tongue to make the most of the pleasantly bitter aftertaste.
subtle fruit, subtle sweet, with taste
Sneaky sweetness and light oak combine to make this a crisp and springy pleasure.
External Reviews for St. Francis Wild Oak Chardonnay
Rich and flavorful, with a lovely range of ripe pear, honey, fig and apricot, plus pretty touches of vanilla and butterscotch. Very good quality, very nice price. Drink now through 2006.
The dryness and minerality of this wine, combined with its clean, brisk elegance, make it a very nice partner for shellfish. The flavors are lemons, limes, and ripe, crisp white peaches.
Creamy and tartly acidic, with sour pineapple candy, pear, buttered popcorn and vanilla flavors. Made in a popular style that will appeal to fans of oaky Chards.
The barrel component adds a toasty complexity to complement the fruit and pear aromas on the nose. Medium to full-bodied, this Chardonnay has ripe fruit flavors, crisp, high acid in the mouth and a rich, lingering finish.
Trim and flinty, showing quince, lemon, citrus peel, lime and green pear flavors that are delicate and complex. Drink now through 2013.
Fifty percent of the 1999 Chardonnay Sonoma is fermented in American oak. It possesses a Mâconnais-like character that reveals subdued oak and prominent fruit (citrus and other tropical fruit), medium body, and a clean, refreshing finish.
Delivers an intriguing array of tangerine and nectarine flavors, which are atypical for this varietal, yet it doesn't shortchange on flavor. Drink now.
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