This 2019 Estate Chardonnay opens with aromas of warm apple, toasted almonds and savory undertones. The medium-bodied palate is round and creamy with fresh and juicy stone fruit flavors with notes of brioche and a touch of citrus. The finish is long and refreshing.
Bright apple blossom and wet stone aromas spring from the,glass with floral notes. This is a full-bodied Chardonnay with flavors of rich baked apple, pear, nutmeg and clove. Lemon meringue lingers on the finish with a zesty minerality.
A lovely straw yellow color in the glass, vibrant aromas of lemon, orange blossom and pear waft from the glass. The savory palate showcases flavors of toasted almond, nutmeg and citrus notes. Moderate acidity and a lingering finish create a truly enticing and delicious Chardonnay.
Lively aromas of grapefruit, white peach and orange blossom spring from the glass. Savory and rich layers of butterscotch and baked apple coat the palate with a fresh underlying acidity that is accented by nutmeg and oak. The finish has a touch of salinity and lingers.
Tropical notes of pineapple layered with orange blossom, marmalade and brioche spring from the glass in this 2018 Chardonnay. The creamy mouthfeel showcases butterscotch and peach brimming with lush citrus flavors and a juicy richness on the finish.
Fragrant aromas of green apple and orange blossom are layered with citrus notes on the nose. Juicy white peach and lemon flavors are complemented by notes of chamomile and nuances of crème brulée. This Chardonnay has balanced acidity and a good minerality characteristic on the crisp finish.
Defined by richness and juicy notes of pear, pineapple and peach this is a soft rounded wine, with beautiful balance and length. The Goldridge soils of this famous vineyards help to contribute to the delicacy of the wine highlighted with baking spice and toasted oak.
With the Pacific Ocean to the west and the San Francisco Bay to the east, Marin County is one of the coolest AVAs in California. The winter temperatures are typically warmer than Napa and Sonoma because of the surrounding bodies of water and its heavy precipitation. While bud break is accelerated, the cool spring and summer seasons lead to long hang times. This longer growing season lends itself to high quality wines with balance, natural acidity, and lower alcohol levels.