Trinitas Chardonnay Russian River Valley 2005

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Light gold in color, our Chardonnay exhibits crisp green apple...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Light gold in color, our Chardonnay exhibits crisp green apple and pear characters with a bright acidity. The influence of barrel fermentation and surlees aging lends a creamy quality creating a perfectly balanced wine with a lingering finish. Enjoy pairing with fish, grilled chicken and vegetables. Winemaking: We picked the grapes at 23.8° Brix, settled, racked, and the fermentation started cold in stainless steel. At 17.2° Brix, the juice was racked to new French oak barrels to complete its fermentation. Partial barrel fermentation was utilized to enhance the mouth feel and provide some spice character. By stirring the lees every other week, aromas such as fresh butter, honey and wild flowers were enhanced. This technique also allowed for no use of sulfites until June of the following year and just six weeks before bottling in mid-July.

Light gold in color, our Chardonnay exhibits crisp green apple and pear characters with a bright acidity. The influence of barrel fermentation and surlees aging lends a creamy quality creating a perfectly balanced wine with a lingering finish. Enjoy pairing with fish, grilled chicken and vegetables. Winemaking: We picked the grapes at 23.8° Brix, settled, racked, and the fermentation started cold in stainless steel. At 17.2° Brix, the juice was racked to new French oak barrels to complete its fermentation. Partial barrel fermentation was utilized to enhance the mouth feel and provide some spice character. By stirring the lees every other week, aromas such as fresh butter, honey and wild flowers were enhanced. This technique also allowed for no use of sulfites until June of the following year and just six weeks before bottling in mid-July.

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