Rich & Creamy
Beautiful light gold color; Full bodied and floral on the nose and palate; Buttery, pineapple, pear, lemon and mild vanilla; The oak is there but it isn't overpowering; Good balance and a lingering finish; Still a bit young, but thoroughly enjoyed it with BBQ chicken and roasted veggies.
This complex and full bodied wine offers both fruity and floral notes of pineapple, honeysuckle, melon, citrus and apple. Creamy, buttery texture with a floral and butterscotch bouquet. It is slightly over oaked but should mellow with time. Very clean finish.
Bought two bottles. Can't imagine what they're drinking. Ordinary Chard, worth about fifteen bucks.
This wine has promise. Too young to drink now, but should be great after some aging.
I agree with another reviewer, I don't know what these other people are drinking but it certainly does not have essences of pineapple, honeysuckle, or blah blah blah. It is a bold wine that is very smokey and laden with strong currents of oak. Matter of fact, the smokiness is apparent on the first sip and lingers indefinetly on the palate with stron tinges of alcohol. Perhaps the other reviewers may claim that my taste is unrefined, but I've had better chardonnay. This was a disappoinment.
A balanced, modestly oaked Chardonnay. I would not rate it as high as Parker; maybe 91. Enjoyable.