2009 Kesne, "Sandrift" Chardonnay, Sonoma


Press and Tasting Notes

Soft tones of white flowers and creme soaked pears with a hint of honeysuckle and a defining sense of minerality. Green and golden orchard fruits threaded with corn silk resonate through the body of the wine, which is luxuriously mouth filling yet poised, and held tight by the well integrated naturally occurring acids.



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