Worldwide World Class Chards (Edina, MN): Light gold color. Drank 1 glass over 40 minutes. I have to admit that I am baffled by the high scores for this wine. I don't get it. to me it drinks like an entry level Chablis, nothing wrong with it, but nothing special either. Slight toast on the nose, light oak, subtle lemon; thinner on the mid palate, decent minerality, very subtle, light body, flat. 88-89pts.
Very good and showcases what makes Ceritas chardonnay among my favorites in California. Lemony fruit with juicy acid, some oak detectable but the overall impression is crisp and clean. Better than the bottles of Porter Bass chard that I've had, and very close in quality to the Heintz, my favorite Ceritas bottling.
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