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The body feels much lighter on this Chardonnay versus a typical Chard. Pineapple, citrus, a buttery nutty flavor, light acid and a little honeysuckle. I really like this Chardonnay and it paired well with a mushroom risotto I made! — 23 days ago
More of a dark cranberry color with a similar scent, as if you pick up the bitter and acid on the nose, along with a tart cherry. I'm getting some baking spices and raspberry on the palate with a fairly high acidity and long silky finish. — 2 months ago
Floral and citrus on the nose, very acidic on the palate. Lemon and honeysuckle flavors, perfumed bouquet, medium finish with a light body. Paired perfectly with the cilantro pesto I made from scratch, pasta and shrimp. It cut the acidity and brought out more floral and violet in flavor. My first Torrontés and it reminded me of a Moscato without the sweetness and residual sugar. — 3 months ago
A good Chardonnay for an affordable price. Green apple, pineapple, butter and oak, notes of citrus and a clean finish. — a month ago
I'm working on expanding my regions and grapes so I wanted to try a California Pinot Grigio. I was initially a little underwhelmed by this wine; medium intensity on the nose with lots of apple and a little pear, and the same on the palate but there's nothing super exciting about it. It's smooth, really easy to drink, slightly acidic which is nice with a little note of floral at the end and a short finish. Perhaps I enjoy Italian Pinot Grigio's more but I'm not giving up hope. — a month ago
Pup not included 🐶 But the wine...I definitely prefer Italian Pinot Grigio's over Californian at this point in my studies and tasting. This one has melon, pear, and lavendar notes with a nice crisp and lingering finish. — a month ago
This is one of my favorite Chardonnays. It's creamy and buttery and oaky with hints of straw, grass, apple and peach. Brightness with a mild acidity and so easy to drink. — a month ago