Citrus and tropical fruit aromas lead to a crisp, fresh palate with mouth-filling flavors of apple, pear, honey, and pineapple. A gentle kiss of oak adds a creamy butterscotch nuance and wonderful depth.
"It would be hard to imagine a better-balanced or more succulent ten dollar wine from the world's most ubiquitous white variety than their 2007 Chardonnay. Spiced apple, pineapple and pear fill the nose and mouth, with the influence of wood cosmetically subtle and truly framing the fruit as it's supposed to. Slight hints of vanilla, caramel, and butter-cream set off but by no means detract from the sheer generosity of fruit on display in a thirst-quenching finish. If one could replace the 98% of cheap Chardonnay being poured around the world that ranges from mediocre to miserable with glasses of this, no consumer would (nor should) ever again be willing to settle for less. Bravo!"
The Wine Advocate