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Kendall-Jackson Vintner's Reserve Chardonnay (half-bottle) 1998

Chardonnay from Sonoma County, California
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    Winemaker Notes

    Concentrated citrus, melon, apple and tropical fruit aromas and flavors with buttery, toasty oak notes. A rich , creamy textured wine, with round flavors and a persistent flavor impression. Ideal as an aperitif or with seafood, chicken and light, creamy pastas.

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    Kendall-Jackson, Sonoma County, California
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    Back in 1974, Jess Jackson saw in the fine vineyards of California's cool coastal regions fruit with a variety of outstanding flavors. What if there was a way to produce from this abundance, a single outstanding "cuvée" that offered both quality and value? The result, first released in 1983, was Vintner's Reserve Chardonnay, a rich, round and flavorful wine, made with hand-crafted methods. That same year, Grand Reserve was introduced, a line of ultra-premium wines that represented the full potential of California's finest vineyards and winemaking.

    Today, over 5,000 acres of vineyard in California's coastal regions are farmed by Kendall-Jackson. Four separate wineries house what is possibly the single largest barrel-fermentation project in the world. But perhaps most important, is that Kendall-Jackson remains a family-owned winery.

    WAL406722_1998 Item# 6643