This Chardonnay has all the bright, crisp acidity one should expect from the varietal when grown in a cool climate of the Willamette Valley. Melon, lemongrass and pear aromatics lead beautifully into a palate of green apple and stone fruits.
95 POINTS, Wine Enthusiast. "Shea scores again with a luscious, palate-coating wine that way overdelivers for the price. Estate grown at one of the top vineyards in Oregon, this lovely wine melds caramel, apple, melon and light tropical fruit in a delicious and full-bodied wine whose components are perfectly matched. Mostly barrel fermented but blended with a percentage done in concrete egg, it's graceful, sappy and long."
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...
A beautiful and eclectic aperitif wine from the Savoie Region (Alpine / Alps mountains) of France. Mountain herbs flirt with a sun-kissed expression of stone fruits that are Alp-like with their crystalline purity and cooling limestone minerality. Les Abymes is 100%...
This alpine wine from the Dolomites is a brilliant straw yellow with expressive aromas of flowers with subtle spice notes. There is trademark freshness along with a supple mouthfeel and a dry mineral-like finish. Sustainable farming. Certified organic.