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2010 Jordan Winery, Chardonnay, Russian River Valley
Press and Tasting Notes
On the nose, this delicious Chardonnay offers multi-layered hints of pear, citrus, kiwi and hawthorn accented by vanilla creme brule. A creamy palate complemented by ample acidity supports flavors of Fuji apple, pineapple, and Meyer lemon with appealing minerality. This wine has a wonderful balance of rich, aromatic fruit and crisp acidity.
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