This could easily pass as a Burgundy. Done with finesse. Apples, butter and minerality and well balanced. Light on the oak. A very fine cool climate chard and there should be no sense of sticker shock here.
This was excellent but I expected a bit more from this cool climate chard - Gold, full bodied with a nose of peach, pear, butter, toast and vanilla, good acidity and balance with a touch of heat, interesting, sweet, smooth on the palate with good length, tasty but way too expensive for the quality (89 Points).
Quite rich tropical fruit style. Very clean fruits with pineapple predominantly, finishing in bracing acidity which seems a little over-wrought. I would like to drink this again in a year's time when maybe it would seem more interesting and less disjointed.