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Estival Atlàntida Chardonnay Blend

8.947 ratings
9.14 pro ratings
Atlàntida, Coastal Region, Uruguay
Chardonnay Blend
Top Notes For
Chantal Forthun

Winemaker Flowers Vineyard & Winery

9.0

Floral, salty, waxy like a box of crayons

Floral, salty, waxy like a box of crayons

Mar 22nd, 2015
Benny Riccardi

Uruguayan Alsatian blend. Very tasty and enough muscat aroma to cut through my stuffy nose cold during the change of seasons.

Uruguayan Alsatian blend. Very tasty and enough muscat aroma to cut through my stuffy nose cold during the change of seasons.

Mar 11th, 2015
Daniel Argandona

Floral and a tinge of salt. Waxy but leaning toward roundness with the wax being an enabler. Deliciously round and well balanced. Excellent for rich dishes. Low minerality.

Floral and a tinge of salt. Waxy but leaning toward roundness with the wax being an enabler. Deliciously round and well balanced. Excellent for rich dishes. Low minerality.

Dec 1st, 2017
Ruth Souroujon

Interesting twist on Chardonnay. Not sweet with the Gewurtztraminer but almost ethereal feel in the mouth. Good sipping.

Interesting twist on Chardonnay. Not sweet with the Gewurtztraminer but almost ethereal feel in the mouth. Good sipping.

Sep 8th, 2016
Gigi Pan

First vino blanco de Uruguay, lemon golden color, a lot pineapple in nose and palate, also lemon, green apple, with a freshness of a taste of summer. It's good.

First vino blanco de Uruguay, lemon golden color, a lot pineapple in nose and palate, also lemon, green apple, with a freshness of a taste of summer. It's good.

Jul 20th, 2016
Clancey Yovanovich

Gewurztraminer/Moscato. This is an boutique wine made by a small wine producer in Uruguay. It is light gold in color. The smell of pineapple nearly blows you away. Smells like honey, honey suckle, apple, over ripe or caramelized fruit. Tastes different than it smells - less fruity and sweet. Salt, rotten apples, funk and mildew. Made for German Riesling drinkers or spicy food!

Gewurztraminer/Moscato. This is an boutique wine made by a small wine producer in Uruguay. It is light gold in color. The smell of pineapple nearly blows you away. Smells like honey, honey suckle, apple, over ripe or caramelized fruit. Tastes different than it smells - less fruity and sweet. Salt, rotten apples, funk and mildew. Made for German Riesling drinkers or spicy food!

Feb 23rd, 2016
Brett Vanderbrook

Seeing as this is 60% Gewurtztraminer, I'm not sure why it's listed as a Chardonnay blend. You could very easily mistake this for Riesling. It has the rubbery, pear/peach like nose. Floral, but still with nice acidity. Great food wine.

Seeing as this is 60% Gewurtztraminer, I'm not sure why it's listed as a Chardonnay blend. You could very easily mistake this for Riesling. It has the rubbery, pear/peach like nose. Floral, but still with nice acidity. Great food wine.

Dec 27th, 2015
Brett Crocitto

Lemony, peachy, a lovely spectrum... Can't stop pouring it

Lemony, peachy, a lovely spectrum... Can't stop pouring it

Oct 23rd, 2015
Jacob Robbins

"This obscure Uruguayan blend..."

"This obscure Uruguayan blend..."

Sep 6th, 2015
Laura Hunt

Nice summer white wine

Nice summer white wine

May 28th, 2015