Aubert

Lauren Vineyard Chardonnay

9.369 ratings
9.214 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Michael Herzog

Very interesting and different than normal. I didn’t get the typical notes that I usually do. Menthol and wintergreen were very evident. Still good, but very unexpected.

Very interesting and different than normal. I didn’t get the typical notes that I usually do. Menthol and wintergreen were very evident. Still good, but very unexpected.

Aug 1st, 2020
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
Shay A
9.4

Another 4th Friday for the books!

Dan was kind enough to bring and open this knowing Aubert’s Lauren is my favorite. This bottle never fails to impress me. I love the honeyed marzipan, sweet lemon cream nose and the rounded, luscious, cashew/smoked popcorn notes on the palate.

Another 4th Friday for the books!

Dan was kind enough to bring and open this knowing Aubert’s Lauren is my favorite. This bottle never fails to impress me. I love the honeyed marzipan, sweet lemon cream nose and the rounded, luscious, cashew/smoked popcorn notes on the palate.

Sep 29th, 2018
Connor McMahon

Classic Aubert. Big, oaky, and great acid. Opened for 2 hours and really blossomed into a good chard!

Classic Aubert. Big, oaky, and great acid. Opened for 2 hours and really blossomed into a good chard!

Jun 23rd, 2016
Connor McMahon

Such a great wine with tons of life left. Still a baby and needed air to open.

Such a great wine with tons of life left. Still a baby and needed air to open.

Mar 24th, 2016
Seth Morgen Long

Broker • Arterberry Maresh / Winemaker • Morgen Long

8.7

Powerful

Powerful

Feb 27th, 2016
Connor McMahon

Decanted for 2 hours. Opened up nicely and was a pleasure to drink. The oak was integrated and it wasn't too heavy. Just a great wine

Decanted for 2 hours. Opened up nicely and was a pleasure to drink. The oak was integrated and it wasn't too heavy. Just a great wine

Jan 17th, 2016
Michael Herzog

Way, way too young to drink right now. If you do, decant it for at least 4 hours. That is when it began to barely open up. You can tell the pedigree is there, but all the goodness is closed up right now...

Way, way too young to drink right now. If you do, decant it for at least 4 hours. That is when it began to barely open up. You can tell the pedigree is there, but all the goodness is closed up right now...

Aug 27th, 2015
Mo Cherry

Ehhh - it was aight...

Ehhh - it was aight...

Feb 11th, 2015
Bill Bender

Rich yet subtle, impressive minerality and viscous texture. This one never misses. Still young but a close second to Kongs Judge for my fave CA chard.

Rich yet subtle, impressive minerality and viscous texture. This one never misses. Still young but a close second to Kongs Judge for my fave CA chard.

Jan 25th, 2015