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Meridian Edna Valley Chardonnay 1999

Chardonnay from Central Coast, California
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0% ABV
  • RP86
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Winemaker Notes

This elegant reserve wine exhibits lush tropical fruit and citrus flavors with a generous spicy oak component; the mouth is well structured with excellent continuity and supple oak on the finish. This wine is excellent paired with shellfish, rotisserie chicken and grilled fish such as salmon, tuna, bluefish and trout.

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Meridian, Central Coast, California
Established in 1988, the Meridian Vineyards winery is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco in the relaxed town of Paso Robles, California. The label was founded in 1984 by veteran Winemaker Chuck Ortman, who spent the early part of his career as winemaker and consultant to several prestigious Napa and Sonoma wineries. Although the first Meridian wines were made from Napa fruit, Ortman was always intrigued by the emerging Central Coast growing regions of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties, where vineyards in cool climates were yielding Chardonnay and Pinot Noir of phenomenal quality. When the opportunity was presented to develop Meridian's Santa Barbara vineyards and relocate to the Central Coast, Ortman eagerly accepted the challenge. Today, Chuck is still making the wines from vineyards owned and farmed by Meridian Vineyards in the Santa Barbara County, Edna Valley and Paso Robles appellations.
HEI591210_1999 Item# 47605