Tasting Notes: Great depth and concentration with plenty of Golden Delicious apples, pear, lemon and candied orange notes to please the palate. A gentle kiss of buttered brioche on the lengthy finish is the perfect touch. Nothing seems forced or manipulated on this well-balanced beauty.
Tasting Notes: Another great vintage for the Ramey folks. A cuvee of juice, some from 1978, produces toasty nuances with a creamy finish. A palate of lemon, green apple, oak, spice and blood orange make this wine perfect for baked chicken with lemon cream sauce.
Tasting Notes: Ideal wine for a picnic or the beach. The nose is full of crisp apple and juicy tree fruit notes. This wine is silky on the palate, with pops of fresh lychees, mango and peaches. A steal for the price!
Tasting Notes: Crisp and clean are two great descriptions for this wine. Notes of vanilla, rich toasted brioche, and almond envelope you on the palate. Great wine for dinner parties or charcuterie plates, as the food pairing possibilities are endless with this one.
Tasting Notes: A high-elevation, cool-weather chardonnay grown at two vineyards, which are 3,700-foot elevation and 4,700-foot elevation. It offers a nose of white peach and quince. Made from dijon clones and aged for 14 months in 45% new French oak barrels, the oak and partial malolactic regime do not predominate but are rather well integrated into the profile. Rich mid-palate, ripe pear and apricot notes abound.
Tasting Notes: Light bodied and crisp with citrus flavors of orange blossom and lemon. Due to this wine’s terroir, there is a delicate-but-present minerality. Very balanced and round, but its freshness keeps it lively on the palate.
Tasting Notes: 2017 was a tough year in Chablis. But the grapes that survived the frost produced excellent wines. A taste of mineral, green apple, kiwi leads to a long, persistent finish. If you can spare it, splash a bit on your seared buttered scallops.