Thralls

Antonio Mountain Chardonnay

9.24 ratings
9.23 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
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Thea Dwelle

Host Lusciouslushes.com

8.9

Full bodied but this is no butter bomb! Ripe peach, lemon ice, grilled pineapple and white flowers waft out of the glass. Lovely mineral finish that goes on for days.

Full bodied but this is no butter bomb! Ripe peach, lemon ice, grilled pineapple and white flowers waft out of the glass. Lovely mineral finish that goes on for days.

1 person found it helpfulMar 6th, 2015
Jerae Knutson

DuMOL Member Services

9.5

There are few Chardonnays that make me smile. This is one of them. 2013 Thralls Antonio Mountain (Sonoma Coast). Just enough oak to give off an aroma of Creme brûlée. Beautiful acidity with Apple & peach notes. A mere 90 cases was crafted. Delightful bits of sediment (I love sediment)

There are few Chardonnays that make me smile. This is one of them. 2013 Thralls Antonio Mountain (Sonoma Coast). Just enough oak to give off an aroma of Creme brûlée. Beautiful acidity with Apple & peach notes. A mere 90 cases was crafted. Delightful bits of sediment (I love sediment)

Jan 19th, 2016
Thralls Family Cellars

2013 Thralls Chardonnay Antonio Mountain

Consisting of 100% Old Clone Wente from Antonio Mountain Vineyard, located in the cool Petaluma Gap just 4 miles from Tomales Bay at the southern edge of the Sonoma Coast AVA, clusters were hand sorted, gently pressed and fermented in 50% neutral French oak and 50% stainless steel tank. It finished 100% malolactic fermentation and was aged 8 months before bottling in September 2014.

2013 Thralls Chardonnay Antonio Mountain

Consisting of 100% Old Clone Wente from Antonio Mountain Vineyard, located in the cool Petaluma Gap just 4 miles from Tomales Bay at the southern edge of the Sonoma Coast AVA, clusters were hand sorted, gently pressed and fermented in 50% neutral French oak and 50% stainless steel tank. It finished 100% malolactic fermentation and was aged 8 months before bottling in September 2014.

Nov 2nd, 2014
Eric Crane

Sommelier & Educator Empire Wine Distributors

9.2

Eric had this 4 years ago

Eric had this 4 years ago

Jun 23rd, 2015
Taruni Seth

Taruni had this 2 years ago

Taruni had this 2 years ago

Apr 14th, 2017