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Raphael 2006 Grand Cru Chardonnay 2002

Chardonnay from New York
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    Our own style of Long Island Chardonnay production is displayed in this clean, crisp white wine that is produced without the use of oak or malo-lactic fermentation. It is kept entirely in stainless steel, fermented very cold, making the acidity more noticeable and focusing the flavors on minerality and purity. The perfect food-friendly Chardonnay and the style our winemaker feels is best suited to this variety on the North Fork. 100% Chardonnay.

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    Established in 1996, Raphael is Long Island’s premier vineyard and winery estate. Located on the North Fork of Long Island, in the hamlet of Peconic, the winery is dedicated primarily to the production of Merlot. The wines reflect both the Long Island terroir (soil and microclimate) and the spirit of a great Bordeaux chateau, with its attention to detail and devotion to quality in every aspect of grape growing and wine making.

    Raphael was born from the vision of John Petrocelli, after whose father the winery is named. In Raphael, the Petrocelli Family is striving for the production of Long Island’s greatest wine, incorporating both New World advances and Old World traditions. The result is a wine with an incomparable personality, resulting from the ideal marriage of soil and climate found on the North Fork of Long Island, and is also reflected in the elegant, Mediterranean-styled winery, a picture of which adorns its label.

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    LAU295501706_2002 Item# 91375

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