Wine Enthusiast 89 points - If you’re looking for a big, rich, oaky fruit bomb of a Chardonnay, you won’t find it here. Instead, drink it with salmon, lobster or whatever your favorite Chardonnay foods are, and find an eager, but not egotistic, partner. The acids will cut through butter and oil, while the subtle tropical and citrus fruits will satisfy discerning Chardophiles. - Editor’s Choice (Oct 2013)
"The rich, vibrant essence of Chardonnay: Bright, enticing fruity aromas - juicy Honeycrisp apple, citrus-laced Asian pear, ripe melon and fresh quince - are intermingled with vanilla-scented creme brulee, subtle minerality, and traces of warm hazelnut and clove. These elements segue seamlessly to the palate, offering a lush, creamy mouth feel impeccably balanced by crisp, mouthwatering acidity." - Winery Notes
|Another top value is the 2007 Chardonnay, which offers up abundant notes of white peaches, poached pears, and pineapple along with medium body, good acidity, and plenty of freshness as well as fruit. Enjoy it over the next several years.