The Edna Valley Appellation is one of the last major Chardonnay harvests in California and thus reflects the cool maritime climate which is its influence. This wine is always one of the best values in authentic California Chardonnay.
93 POINTS, Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate. "This comes mostly from the Wolf vineyard with some fruit from the Middle Ranch vineyard. The 2017 Edna Valley Chardonnay opens with wonderful aromas of honeycomb, orange blossoms, saline, crushed shell and loads of baked apple and quince with an earthy undercurrent. The palate is medium-bodied, satiny and intense, with seamless freshness on the finish, which lingers with honeyed notions."
The vines of this fiercely independent domaine are all at least 60-years-old. Laurent Martelet is vigneron at this small estate located in the hamlet of Blagny. "La Genelotte" is a Premier Cru site just north of Blagny, on the Meursault...
Made from 100% white Grenache grown at a high altitude from 100 year old vines (planted in 1915). This dry white exhibits lots of quince, honeysuckle, white currant and lemon blossom notes. Fresh, medium-bodied and elegant. A lovely white that...
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