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Estate Bottled Pedro Ximénez

8.899 ratings
9.011 pro ratings
Elqui Valley, Coquimbo, Chile
Pedro Ximénez
Cake & Cream
Top Notes For
Jake Hajer

Trampled daisies, roasted rosemary, brine. Hint of yellow grapefruit. Enjoyable! But this will not age well. Drink now!

Trampled daisies, roasted rosemary, brine. Hint of yellow grapefruit. Enjoyable! But this will not age well. Drink now!

Jul 1st, 2020
Molly Brooks

Lychee nut, creamy lemon, white flowers, saline notes. Fresh, dry, likeable.

Lychee nut, creamy lemon, white flowers, saline notes. Fresh, dry, likeable.

1 person found it helpfulJul 10th, 2015
Stacy Markow

Dry expression of the Pedro Jimenez grape. Lovely lemon notes with great minerality.

Dry expression of the Pedro Jimenez grape. Lovely lemon notes with great minerality.

Jul 10th, 2014
Madeline Puckette

A dry Pedro Ximinez from the highest altitude vineyards in Chile: Elqui Valley. Tasted like a little like Sylvaner and Gavi and dry Furmint all together with a touch more Meyer lemon and slightly less acidity. Great!

A dry Pedro Ximinez from the highest altitude vineyards in Chile: Elqui Valley. Tasted like a little like Sylvaner and Gavi and dry Furmint all together with a touch more Meyer lemon and slightly less acidity. Great!

Jun 10th, 2014
Jordan Mackay

Wine Editor San Francisco Magazine

8.6

The most surprising wine I've ever had from Chile thanks to @tpaopao at @RibelleBKline

The most surprising wine I've ever had from Chile thanks to @tpaopao at @RibelleBKline

Sep 30th, 2013
Daoud Sangwa

Sommelier Whole Foods Market

9.6

Summer in a bottle: Pedro ximenez

Summer in a bottle: Pedro ximenez

May 15th, 2013
Ryan Frank

2018 vintage

2018 vintage

Apr 28th, 2020
GraceAnne Howe

Mineraly, dry, slight citrus, stone quality. Good with fresh pasta, sauteed vegetables, chicken and probably seafood

Mineraly, dry, slight citrus, stone quality. Good with fresh pasta, sauteed vegetables, chicken and probably seafood

Sep 18th, 2019
Ray Vanderhoff

Very dry version of The Pedro Ximenez grape. White flowers and lemon curd on the nose. Lychee, lemon and a touch of saline on the pallet. Acidity is a bit sharp. Better with food.

Very dry version of The Pedro Ximenez grape. White flowers and lemon curd on the nose. Lychee, lemon and a touch of saline on the pallet. Acidity is a bit sharp. Better with food.

Sep 20th, 2018
Jared Sheffield

Too fruity

Too fruity

Apr 20th, 2018