Last bottle...still that green nuance to a nice light yellow gold. The nose was still dominated by a touch of citrus and lingering melon. There was an easy entry and the grip seemed to be diminishing, pleasant, but not as strong as I remember. Went well with an assorted cheese plate. Drink up.
Full bodied with ripe melons, some pear, and a long crisp clean finish. This chardonnay is not overpowered by oak. Instead, it is wonderfully balanced. As a result, it can be enjoyed with food as well as sipping on its own. This is still drinking well but I would encourage anyone with this wine in their cellar to drink in the next few months.
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