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Panther Creek Celilo Chardonnay 1999

Chardonnay from Willamette Valley, Oregon
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    Panther Creeks only Washington wine comes from arguably the finest Chardonnay vineyard in the Northwest. Celilo sits on the south face of Underwood Mountain overlooking the Columbia River. The fruit is distinctive, and Celilos terroir comes through clearly in this crisp, yet richly textured Chardonnay. Layers of lemon, pear, honey and anise swirl through the bouquet and palate, clearly evidencing Panther Creeks signature complexity. This opulent Celilo Chardonnay was barrel fermented and aged in 35% new French oak, with the balance in neutral French barrels.

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    Panther Creek, Willamette Valley, Oregon
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    Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Panther Creek Cellars has been producing signature Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay wines since 1986. Founded by the acclaimed winemaker Ken Wright, Panther Creek has been recognized for its signature blends as well as single vineyard designate wines. The winery has been credited by Robert Parker, Jr., "as one of the most consistent, high quality Oregon wineries" and "producing some of Oregon’s most concentrated and age worthy wines." Panther Creek wines today are being made by the highly acclaimed Tony Rynders.
    RWC4397431_1999 Item# 22354