Wente Morning Fog Chard Central Coast Livermore Valley 2010
External Reviews for Wente Morning Fog Chard Central Coast Livermore Valley
Shows lots of sophistication at a good price. Brimming with ripe peach and mango fruit, therersquo;s a richer streak of butter-sauteacute;ed banana, finishing with caramelized honey. The wine is quite dry, even minerally, and modest in alcohol, only 13.5%.
I like everything about this wine. Peaches, pineapples, vanilla custard and buttered toast flavors, crisp acids, a creamy, oaky veneer, a nice, long dry finish mdash; itrsquo;s all there. It doesnrsquo;t have the concentrated intensity of greater wines, but itrsquo;s very nice.
Classically-styled and easy to drink, this is the perfect ldquo;wheneverrdquo; wine. Loaded with toasty almond, melon and starfruit flavors; pairs easily with many chicken, pasta and pork dishes.
A fairly rich Chardonnay whose creamy texture holds fruit-forward, smoky flavors of baked apples, grilled pineapples, vanilla, butterscotch, and dusty Asian spices.
Wente is well known for its Wente clone, a popular sight in many a California Chardonnay vineyard. This flavorful example is compellingly rich and textured, yet modest in alcohol, with a happy apple, melon taste and a bit of an exotic lift on the finish, possibly from the 2% Gewuuml;rztraminer thatrsquo;s blended in.
This 2004 Chardonnay is a great example of the Livermore Valley terroir. The red apple fruit and medium acidity from the grape balanced with the graham cracker oak and a slight buttery finish bring together the best of both worlds, in terms of ways to craft Chardonnay.
Enjoy aromas and flavors of green apple and tropical fruits, balanced by subtle oak, cinnamon and vanilla from barrel aging. With a mouth-filling body and balanced acidity, this wine delivers a medium-long, refreshing finish. - Winery
Food Pairings for Wente Morning Fog Chard Central Coast Livermore Valley
Enjoy aromas and flavors of green apple and tropical fruits, balanced by subtle oak, cinnamon and vanilla from barrel aging. With a mouth-filling body and balanced acidity, this wine delivers a medium-long, refreshing finish.
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