2011 Grgich Hills, Chardonnay, Napa Valley


Press and Tasting Notes

Concentrated and balanced, this chardonnay begins with a seductive bouquet of pineapple and jasmine, followed on the palate by white peaches, minerality and a hint of nuttiness. There is no malolactic fermentation giving this Chardonnay sufficient crispness and acidity to balance the wine's concentrated fruit and to pair well with food.



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