2006 Peter Michael, "Belle Cote" Chardonnay, Sonoma


Press and Tasting Notes

[92-94 pts Robert Parker] Belle Cote is always a more exotic wine. There are 2,700 cases of the 2006. Very ripe, with hints of tropical fruits, subtle wood, decent acidity, and a fresh, lively, full-bodied feel, this wine should drink nicely for 5-6 years.



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