14.2% alcohol. Medium yellow color. Pretty nose of apple and pear, with a mineral streak. In the mouth, balanced and refined. Fruit-driven, with a light wood spice and minerality. A terrific drink-now Chardonnay. A-
Sunset Corners Tasting with Jerry (Miami, FL): Michael Bittel. Nose of light citrus. Buttery, creamy on the palate, but dry, acidic on the other hand. Attempts to be Burgundian but that is offset by the oak, richness. Flavors of citrus and the acidity keep the wine balanced against the oak. An interesting wine. (Jerry - nothing interesting)
14.2% alcohol. Medium yellow color. Pretty nose of apple fruit, spice, a light touch of wood, and a lingering lemon note. In the mouth, elegant and balanced, just gliding across the palate with its citrus-tinged apple fruit, spice, and minerals. A good spike of acidity and a smooth finish shows a touch of oak. A-
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