It's called a Virgin Chardonnay because it is untouched by any oak influence. The only wood that had anything to do with this wine was the trunks of the vines on which the grapes grew. This wine was fermented in stainless steel tanks. The result is a fresh, elegant wine, with great depth of rich ripe fruit, redolent of stonefruit, peaches and lychees. There is an underlying richness provided by the time spent on lees, combined with subtle complexity of the malolactic ferment component. The finish is soft yet crisp, with a hint of fruit sweetness balanced with an approachable acid level to leave a long, savory, flavorsome finish.
"This rich, creamy style offers generous pineapple, peach and tangy grapefruit flavors, dressed with distinct leesy notes, all lasting impressively on the polished finish. Drink now through 2009."
The top 3 most liked reviews for this wine.
A Customer - Napa California
on my top 5 list of Chardonnays. YUM!!! Trevor never disappoints!
This wine is very well balanced and a great break from the CA Chardonnays!
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