Ceritas

Trout Gulch Vineyard Chardonnay

9.220 ratings
9.25 pro ratings
Santa Cruz Mountains, San Francisco Bay, California, USA
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Michael Ochsner

Beautiful! Delicate the multidimensional.

Beautiful! Delicate the multidimensional.

Feb 21st, 2019
Charlie Tapp

Incredible acid and texture. Apricot and lemon.

Incredible acid and texture. Apricot and lemon.

Oct 21st, 2018
Eric Manago

Tightly wound with tart acidity and good minerality the first day. A couple days later, the acidic backbone held up, but the lemon backed off and gave way to marmalade and a touch of honey. Striking. Great future potential.

Tightly wound with tart acidity and good minerality the first day. A couple days later, the acidic backbone held up, but the lemon backed off and gave way to marmalade and a touch of honey. Striking. Great future potential.

Apr 19th, 2018
Matt Perlman

All kinds of lemon ping ponging around the palate, some green and white floral meadow notes, dissolved minerals and smoke, kiss of sea salt. Unreal focus and energy. Would love to try (a) with some age and (b) next to others' bottlings from this vineyard e.g. Arnot Roberts

All kinds of lemon ping ponging around the palate, some green and white floral meadow notes, dissolved minerals and smoke, kiss of sea salt. Unreal focus and energy. Would love to try (a) with some age and (b) next to others' bottlings from this vineyard e.g. Arnot Roberts

Jul 30th, 2017
Stephen Redenbaugh

Bright citrus and leather notes on the nose. Ethereal weightlessness leads to a thirty second finish of lemon curd and meringue. This is some life-altering shit... think Alaskan king crab and vinous perfection.

Bright citrus and leather notes on the nose. Ethereal weightlessness leads to a thirty second finish of lemon curd and meringue. This is some life-altering shit... think Alaskan king crab and vinous perfection.

Mar 24th, 2017
Joel Hammett

Lemon curd. Slight marine element to the nose- oyster shells, salt. Slightly smokey. Pear and stone fruit as it comes to room temp. Palate is tart and tight. Bright entry, long finish. This wine will live for a while.

Lemon curd. Slight marine element to the nose- oyster shells, salt. Slightly smokey. Pear and stone fruit as it comes to room temp. Palate is tart and tight. Bright entry, long finish. This wine will live for a while.

Aug 20th, 2017
Eric Urbani

Eric had this 3 months ago

Eric had this 3 months ago

May 21st, 2019
Eric Urbani

Eric had this 6 months ago

Eric had this 6 months ago

Feb 22nd, 2019
John Howard

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

9.1

John had this a year ago

John had this a year ago

Aug 1st, 2018
Matt Berkovitch

Sommelier Babbo

9.0

Matt had this 2 years ago

Matt had this 2 years ago

Aug 19th, 2017