2013 DELGADO “SONOMA COAST” CHARDONNAY
This six barrel production Chardonnay from the Sonoma Coast got my attention, and here’s why… It was authored by Don Van Staaveren. Don is responsible for authoring the Chateau St. Jean wines from ’85-’97, and made history when his 1996 Cinq Cepages was recognized as the #1 wine of the year on the 1999 Wine Spectator Top 100. It was the first Sonoma wine to receive the honor of being the #1 Wine in the World.
This beauty originates from the Champlin Creek Vineyard, which is farmed by experienced vineyard manager Ned Hill. Ned began helping his father farm the renowned Durell Vineyard at age of 9, and he currently farms the Parmelee Hill vineyard and other top sites. Spending 14 months in French oak barrels, this 2013 Chardonnay shares a perfect balance of rich, creamy texture and vibrant, penetrating fruits. At $13 per below retail, you’ll want to stock up on this exceptional Chardonnay before it’s too late.
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2013 DELGADO "SONOMA COAST" CHARDONNAY
Winery Notes: "This wine opens up with bright creamy fruit and tropical aromas. The wine is lush on the palate showing juicy pear and apple and a lively and round texture. The finish is long and vibrant complimented by notes of stone fruit."
6 Barrels Made
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