I bought this wine for two reasons; the fact that I had purchased and enjoyed several bottles in the early 2000's and the wine style listed on wine.com which was rich and creamy. This id a description of the Grgich Hills Chardonnay of years past. Unfortunately I read on the bottle label that this wine did not go undergo malolactic fermentation. It is a totally different wine that under close inspection on wine.com is described as alive with delicious acidity. I guess I should have overlooked the wine style description. If you like the smooth buttery chardonnay that was a hallmark of Girgich Hills, look closely at the bottle label of the year you are purchasing to make sure you get what you want.
Light & Crisp