First (of many!) tastes on Thanksgiving '14. Surprisingly subdued and elegant. I'm not saying that because of the Gallo label, its because of Sonoma Coast labeling. I'm used to bigger more tropical Chardonnays from this region. More stones than stone fruit aromas; acidic and almost unripe yet pleasant body; lime and just a hint of tropical fruits. A village burgundian wine re-labeled? I like this.
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