Jean-Pierre Wolff farms 55 acres of chardonnay vines in the bucolic Edna Valley, outside of San Luis Obispo. Originally planted in 1976, by Edna Valley wine Pioneer Andy Macgregor, this vineyard is one of the oldest in the entire Central Coast of California. We have made chardonnay from these vineyards for the past two decades. The 20+ year-old vines typically yield two to four tons per acre.
Classic aromas and flavors of grapefruit, guava and honeysuckle. This is our 23rd consecutive harvest from this great vineyard.
"Ripe and floral, with fleshy peach, nectarine, melon and spice. Full-bodied, focused and elegant, with a long, persistent finish that emphasizes the ripe fruitiness. Drink now through 2012."