Quite mild on the nose and somewhat hard to get a read on. On the palate a very mild citrus/lemon taste. No discernable oak. Quite nice with our stuffed shrimp dinner. A wine everyone seems to like, so I would definately buy again.
Toast, wood, lemon, cream, and vanilla in impressive aromatics. A full bodied palate consists of lemon meringue, wood again, and a nice creaminess. The balancing acidity keeps this in harmony. There's a slightly bitterness on the finish from the oak. It's a very nice bottle, the oak is very present, which will affect people's opinions of this wine, but it works with this. And the wine tastes like it's supposed to, both varietally and with what the winemaker's were aiming for. I'd stack this up some similarily priced or more expensive chards. Solid effort. 88-90.
Oaky in all the right ways. Good bit of acid to balance things out. Just need to go out and purchase a case or two of this to be my everyday white. Paired wonderfully with poached chicken in tarragon cream sauce.
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