Three Coins Chardonnay 2007
This wine is rich, bright and full-bodied, with flavors of apple and pear with an overlying nutty complexity and a crisp finish. It's from the Oakville region of the Napa Valley, where the vines are cooled in the early morning and late evening by fog from San Pablo Bay and bathed in Napa sunshine by day. Wines from this region are knows for their rich texture.
Unassuming nose of light melon. Big rich and complex with bready sweetness and perfectly balanced acidity.
From the Beverage Testing Institute World Wine Championships: 88 Points. Silver Medal. Golden yellow color. Aromas of dried lemon and apple have a creamy note and follow through on a round entry to a dryish medium body with good length and a tart, spicy apple skin, limestone, and pineapple core fade. Pair with grilled swordfish with mango salsa. (tasted on Mar-02-2009)
Winner of gold medals at the 2009 Critics Challenge International Wine Competition, 2009 Orange County Wine Competition, and 2009 L.A. International Wine Competition.
This wine won silver medals at the 2009 Jerry Mead's New World International Wine Competition, the 2009 San Diego International Wine Competition and the 2009 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition.
Food Pairings for Three Coins Chardonnay
The grapes selected for this wine, like gold coins shimmering in the sun, produce full-bodied flavors of apple and pear with an overlying nutty complexity and a crisp finish, just waiting to be savored.
225 cases produced.
Aged 8 months in French Oak.
|Alcohol: 14.5%||pH: 3.5|
|Sugar: 0.1 grams per liter|
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