Boasts classic barrel-fermented Chardonnay aromas of toasted hazelnuts and white peaches. Very pretty and very well made; it’s on the lighter, more elegant side. Finishes with a welcome touch of citrus.
Heavy oak treatment marries well with this wine's dark, roasted black-cherry flavors, turning into chocolate and espresso on the finish. Has the structure to last a few years in the cellar but can be drunk now.
Intensely aromatic with notes of sweet, smoky vanilla, this dry, full-bodied Chardonnay is pleasantly oaked with just a hint of green wood in the backdrop. It’s refreshing to sip with a nice, mouth-quenching finish.
This winery has produced better wines, as this one is tart in acidity and light- to medium-bodied. Flavors are in the unripe spectrum, going from green bean to candied berry to rhubarb. Oak adds a welcome spice, but a pickled finish leaves a last impression.