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Rating: 91 Pts Connoisseurs Guide to WineSize:750ML
Region: California Country:United States
Varietals: Chardonnay ABV:14.5%

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91 Pts Connoisseurs Guide to Wine

"Domaine Alfred. Chamisal's flagship Chardonnay is as usual a rich, big-bodied, highly oaked offering, but its ample barrel influence in no way hinders its expression of its deep and optimally ripened, sweet apple and peach fruit. It is underpinned by fine balancing acids, and has the kind of core richness that will keep it in good shape for a number of years. Give it a try with a savory seafood stew." 91 Points - Connoisseurs Guide to Wine

"A ripe citrus nose with underlying notes of vanilla and toast from aromatic French oak leads beautifully into a graceful palate of golden pear, pineapple and tangerine zest. Balanced by the refreshing acidity, the lush and creamy mouth- feel lingers with hints of butterscotch and nutmeg." -Winery<

"Chamisal was the first vineyard planted in the Edna Valley in 1973 and now contains 80 acres planted to 5 varieties and 25 clonal selections. The nearby Pacific ocean creates a long temperate growing season for exceptional hang time, which combines with the calcerous, clay-rich soil to produce fruit with exceptional intensity and complex flavors." -Winery

"2007 started out so cold, with temperatures as low as 9o F, that our usual budbreak was delayed by about two weeks. Spring came on dry and warm which helped to reduce disease pressure and allowed for strong vine development. The best part was a long, consistent summer that brought on exceptional ripeness without sugars spiking from dehydrated grapes." -Winemaker

"The name Califa means “most beautiful one” in a local native language and each barrel of the vintage is tasted many times after fermentation to select the most opulent, terroir-drived wines for this designation. Our grapes were hand- picked and sorted at night between October 11th and 16th, then quickly pressed in whole clusters to retain the full expression of pure fruit and minerality. The juice was cold-settled and racked to barrel for fermentation with a selection of yeasts. The wine underwent malolactic and aged on the lees with frequent stirring for eight months. The chosen blend was then barrel-aged for a further six months in French oak." -Winemaker

This wine was also scored 88 points by the Wine Spectator.


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