Though it’s 100% Chardonnay, this wine doesn’t taste particularly Chard-like: it has light floral and stone fruit notes more akin to a Riesling. It’s a lightweight in the mouth, rounded out by a little creaminess. A decent, economical choice to quaff on a hot day.
Getting past the nose, with black pepper, pickle and lactic aromas, takes some doing; but once you do, the flavors are fine. White stone fruit dominates, couched in a puffy, soft feel. Finishes with a lemon meringue note. Imported by Importicos Inc.