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2013 SIXTEEN by TWENTY “SONOMA COAST” CHARDONNAY

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Sixteen by Twenty burst onto the wine scene in 2005, producing a whopping 15 cases…  Since the very beginning, their Consulting Winemaker has been Paul Hobbs, one of the most celebrated winemakers in the world, having previously crafted such notables as Opus One, DuMOL, Peter Michael & Lewis…

Originating from two premium vineyards in the Sonoma Coast, the 18 barrel production spent 11 months in Seguin Moreau, Cadus, and Boutes French barrels.  Much like a Cirque du Soleil performance, the flavors unfold generously and in perfect harmony across the palate, an experience that you might expect from an ultra high-end Chardonnay, but rarely found for under forty per bottle.

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2013 SIXTEEN by TWENTY “SONOMA COAST” CHARDONNAY

 

Winery Notes: “…hints at green apples with a whiff of pineapple. With a little time in the glass, the spicy floral bouquet shows up carrying tingly lemon and tangerine aromas, supported by a core of spicy peaches and cream. The charm of this cold climate Chardonnay is that its charms are layered and subtle, revealing themselves with a little time and a little attention. Pure, clean, refreshing…and now I’m getting a soft and subtle sensation of fluffy lemon cream. Taking a sip, the first impression is of the flavor and bright acidity of little green apples. Citrus peel, citrus deserts….mainly lemon…with air tend to taste of tangerine. It’s compelling that the flavors are so bright and refreshing, light and delicate, yet the feel has substantial volume. Nuances come and go in the long, mouth-coating finish of lemon and oak-tinged minerality.”

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Weight 3.2 lbs
Dimensions 11.5 × 3 × 3 in

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