From high elevation vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Domaine Eden is the second label to the famed Mount Eden Estate Chardonnay. Some of the fruit is declassified Estate Vineyard fruit, mostly from younger vines. Balance is the key to this superb wine that is built to last and just starting to drink well.
92 POINTS, The Wine Advocate. "This is a blend of all the Chardonnay they grow at Domaine Eden plus some declassified fruit from Mount Eden estate, about 35% this vintage. The 2016 Chardonnay Estate features aromas of acacia, honeyed apples, wet stone, white peach and lemon pith. Medium-bodied, it's very lively in the mouth with savory fruits, juicy acidity and a long, energetic and lightly textured finish."
92 POINTS, Wine Enthusiast.
The impact of the old vines (50 - 70 years old) really stand out in this bottling from Cheveau. Everything is dialed up and in perfect harmony. The substantial chardonnay fruit is soft and round with seemingly endless depth. The...
2008 marks the best vintage for Champagne since 1996. Don't miss this special Champagne! 93 POINTS, Wine Spectator. “Sparkling, creamy and well‐knit, with good focus to the baked white cherry, honeycomb and ginger biscuit flavors.” 93 POINTS, Wine Enthusiast. "This...
2008 marks the best vintage for Champagne since 1996. Don't miss this special Champagne! 93 POINTS, Wine Spectator. “This distinctive Champagne features aromas and flavors of chai tea, rose petal, singed orange peel, dried peach and baked raspberry. Well-balanced, with...