Aubert

Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

9.2278 ratings
9.240 pro ratings
Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California, USA
Chardonnay
Duck, Shellfish, Goose, Mushrooms, Manchego & Parmesan, Game, Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chicken, Turkey, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Ron R
9.3

We so much love the appellation blend from Aubert. Will see if more are available.
Anybody want to challenge us online at SSX 3, bring it!

We so much love the appellation blend from Aubert. Will see if more are available.
Anybody want to challenge us online at SSX 3, bring it!

Jun 21st, 2020
Brian Szluk

Tropical fruit and loads of citrus. Was served a bit too cold and needed to warm up to release the nose. A bit of pith at the end and nice acids, a well made wine.

Tropical fruit and loads of citrus. Was served a bit too cold and needed to warm up to release the nose. A bit of pith at the end and nice acids, a well made wine.

Feb 22nd, 2020
Ron R
9.3

Loving this stuff. Prior notes apply - Domodomo NYC.

Loving this stuff. Prior notes apply - Domodomo NYC.

Feb 9th, 2020
Mike Saviage

Light straw color. Notes of citrus, some honey, lots of oak. Rich and heavy in the mouth. A bit of heat on the finish, high in alcohol.

Light straw color. Notes of citrus, some honey, lots of oak. Rich and heavy in the mouth. A bit of heat on the finish, high in alcohol.

Feb 8th, 2020
Severn Goodwin

Dinner party with friends, notes possibly.

Dinner party with friends, notes possibly.

Dec 31st, 2019
Ron R
9.3

Let’s call this the “come back” from Aubert. This being their regional bottling, it’s strong. Focused and precise with white flowers and hazelnuts on the nose. Honey and apricots on the palate, that left us in raptures. I know that Aubert and value could be considered a non sequitur, but here it works. I just purchased a load of this from the 17 vintage, and I’m thrilled after tasting this.

Let’s call this the “come back” from Aubert. This being their regional bottling, it’s strong. Focused and precise with white flowers and hazelnuts on the nose. Honey and apricots on the palate, that left us in raptures. I know that Aubert and value could be considered a non sequitur, but here it works. I just purchased a load of this from the 17 vintage, and I’m thrilled after tasting this.

Aug 10th, 2019
Greg Ballington

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

9.3

Medium pale golden yellow. Rich and layered nose coated with pineapple, toasted, baked apples, lemon curd and a little nutty. Full bodied with well balanced acidity (6/10). Lush and lively palate with crisp lemon zest, some spices, brioche and a little tropical. Long finish with weight and life in it. Lovely wine and cannot wait to try more! Drink till 2024.

Medium pale golden yellow. Rich and layered nose coated with pineapple, toasted, baked apples, lemon curd and a little nutty. Full bodied with well balanced acidity (6/10). Lush and lively palate with crisp lemon zest, some spices, brioche and a little tropical. Long finish with weight and life in it. Lovely wine and cannot wait to try more! Drink till 2024.

May 21st, 2019
Ron R
9.3

This is the Aubert chard at the lower end of the food chain, but it leaves no clues in that regard. It’s multi-dimensional, and each dimension is well crafted. Notes of apple crumble and lemon curd swirl in the glass. This has a medium to full body mouthfeel, with a plush texture. Sweet mid-palate, but finishes with a hint of salinity. Very cool.

This is the Aubert chard at the lower end of the food chain, but it leaves no clues in that regard. It’s multi-dimensional, and each dimension is well crafted. Notes of apple crumble and lemon curd swirl in the glass. This has a medium to full body mouthfeel, with a plush texture. Sweet mid-palate, but finishes with a hint of salinity. Very cool.

Jan 1st, 2019
Ron R
9.3

Nice example of Sonoma chard. Not as nuanced as the single vineyard examples, but still superb. Butterscotch, hazelnut and brioche notes are displayed on the palate. Good weight and mouthfeel. Really nice entry-level Aubert.

Nice example of Sonoma chard. Not as nuanced as the single vineyard examples, but still superb. Butterscotch, hazelnut and brioche notes are displayed on the palate. Good weight and mouthfeel. Really nice entry-level Aubert.

Dec 15th, 2018
Shay A
9.3

This bottle was opened next to a ‘13 Aubert Lauren and I’ll be darned if I wasn’t impressed at how good this was at this age. Very bright and tropical fruits on the nose, but nowhere near the signature lemon cream I get with Aubert’s SVD chards. Acidity is much more mellow than its Carneros counterpart. Light on its feet on the palate with lemon, honeyed mango and honey roasted cashews. Thanks for opening @Mark Flesher

This bottle was opened next to a ‘13 Aubert Lauren and I’ll be darned if I wasn’t impressed at how good this was at this age. Very bright and tropical fruits on the nose, but nowhere near the signature lemon cream I get with Aubert’s SVD chards. Acidity is much more mellow than its Carneros counterpart. Light on its feet on the palate with lemon, honeyed mango and honey roasted cashews. Thanks for opening @Mark Flesher

Dec 1st, 2018