2012 Failla, "Keefer Ranch" Chardonnay, Russian River Valley



Press and Tasting Notes

The wine's long slow fermentation on native yeast produced complex aromas of white peach, pear, grapefruit and wet stones, the last a classic hallmark of Chablis. Malolactic fermentation balances the wine's crisp mouth-watering acidity with plush viscosity for a lingering finish. Look for it to drink well for 3-5 years. [375 cases]



Chardonnay is the most popular white wine grape grown throughout the world.  The most prized Chardonnay growing regions are Burgundy, Champagne and California.  The Chardonnays of Burgundy tend to produce dry, elegant wines wit ... Read More »



The largest domestic wine growing region in the United States is by far California.  California wines took international recognition in the 1976 competition known as "The Judgement Of Paris."  In this famous blind tasting, California wines were pu ... Read More »

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