Aubert

Lauren Vineyard Chardonnay

9.3471 ratings
9.2105 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Shawn R

Had this last week and again this week with @David L and @Ron R what a absolute stunner!

Had this last week and again this week with @David L and @Ron R what a absolute stunner!

Oct 20th, 2019
Ron R
9.7

Subtle and sublime. Our favorite domestic Chardonnay. Montrachet-ish. Pine nuts and pineapple sail on. Salinity on the finish. Beautiful delineation. Text book example. Input on the notes from Shawn and David - DOMODOMO, NYC. A wonderful gift from @David L - thank you, sir.

Subtle and sublime. Our favorite domestic Chardonnay. Montrachet-ish. Pine nuts and pineapple sail on. Salinity on the finish. Beautiful delineation. Text book example. Input on the notes from Shawn and David - DOMODOMO, NYC. A wonderful gift from @David L - thank you, sir.

Oct 20th, 2019
Shawn R

Love the toasted marshmallow element.

Love the toasted marshmallow element.

Oct 14th, 2019
Gilbert Van Hassel

Alcohol not fully integrated and very high in alcohol (15 degrees). Quite flat in taste. Heady.

Alcohol not fully integrated and very high in alcohol (15 degrees). Quite flat in taste. Heady.

Jul 11th, 2019
Bill Bender

Showing very well and put on weight and some alcohol blew off on day 2. Creamy rich yellow pear, honeyed overtones and nice oak treatment. 2-3 for optimum drinking.

Showing very well and put on weight and some alcohol blew off on day 2. Creamy rich yellow pear, honeyed overtones and nice oak treatment. 2-3 for optimum drinking.

Apr 17th, 2019
Bill Bender

I had an ‘09 Aubert Lauren a couple years ago and it was drinking superbly....but now it has fallen off a cliff. The fruit is all but gone, there is a weedy muddled quality with notes of marzipan and petrol. Aubert chards are some of the best CA has to offer but if this perfectly stored bottle from @romo is any indication, they are not made for the long haul.

I had an ‘09 Aubert Lauren a couple years ago and it was drinking superbly....but now it has fallen off a cliff. The fruit is all but gone, there is a weedy muddled quality with notes of marzipan and petrol. Aubert chards are some of the best CA has to offer but if this perfectly stored bottle from @romo is any indication, they are not made for the long haul.

Feb 18th, 2019
Gilbert Van Hassel

Buttery, vanilla, lychee, dry, still nice acidity and a bit burnt butter.

Buttery, vanilla, lychee, dry, still nice acidity and a bit burnt butter.

Jan 12th, 2019
Bill Bender

Lots of viscosity and just a delightful palpable mouthfeel. Pear, cut flowers and the essence of a babbling mountain brook. To me, the Lauren has always been the classiest of the Aubert SVDs.

Lots of viscosity and just a delightful palpable mouthfeel. Pear, cut flowers and the essence of a babbling mountain brook. To me, the Lauren has always been the classiest of the Aubert SVDs.

Dec 16th, 2018
Alex Lallos

Owner No Limit Fine Wines, Private Wine Consultant

9.5

This was off the charts. Best vintage of Lauren imo. Just delicious and totally where it should be. Awesome

This was off the charts. Best vintage of Lauren imo. Just delicious and totally where it should be. Awesome

Dec 3rd, 2018
Shay A
9.4

Aubert’s Lauren Chardonnay is my favorite out of the entire lineup. I’ve had many different vintages as far back as ‘09 and all have been incredible. Tonight, this showed more savory/herbal notes and less fruit than I expected. Blind, I would have called this Aubert’s Ritchie due to the waxy, nutty characteristics I associate with that vineyard. Lots of cashew, almond and butterscotch. The fruit was very deep, almost reductive? Grilled pear and grilled over-ripened lemon. Creamy texture with a very complex structure. Always kind of you to share these wines, @Dan Fitzgerald

Aubert’s Lauren Chardonnay is my favorite out of the entire lineup. I’ve had many different vintages as far back as ‘09 and all have been incredible. Tonight, this showed more savory/herbal notes and less fruit than I expected. Blind, I would have called this Aubert’s Ritchie due to the waxy, nutty characteristics I associate with that vineyard. Lots of cashew, almond and butterscotch. The fruit was very deep, almost reductive? Grilled pear and grilled over-ripened lemon. Creamy texture with a very complex structure. Always kind of you to share these wines, @Dan Fitzgerald

Dec 1st, 2018