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"A classic Russian River Valley Chardonnay with an intriguing nose and an extremely broad palate. Leading flavors include baked apple, fresh pear, lemon rind, and key lime pie. Focused oak provides a baked vanilla spice essence and offers a strong backbone without overpowering the fresh fruit. Give this wine time to breath and the reward will be worth the wait with a creamy, refreshing, and sustaining finish." - Winemaker's tasting notes
About Winemaker Virginia Marie Lambrix
While on vacation in South Africa, Virginia Lambrix tasted her first "serious wine." Captured always by a love of nature and the out-of-doors, she determined it was time to learn about the art of the vineyard - viticulture. Within a year, Virginia was studying horticulture and agronomy in the masterâs program at the University of California, Davis, with an emphasis on viticulture and enology. Upon graduation, she worked at the Hendry Ranch in Napa, and for Concha y Toro in Chile.
In 2004, Virginia visited a biodynamic farm in Chile. It was immediately clear to her that the biodynamic principles of respecting nature and nurturing ecology within the vineyard made sense in both a scientific framework and on an intuitive level. She embraced the philosophy and made a point to study and implement its principles at every opportunity. With this knowledge, she returned to work in California for Lynmar and De Loach Vineyards, both of which are in the Russian River Valley.
During her three years at De Loach Vineyards, Virginia worked closely with her growers, moving their vineyards to more sustainable farming methodologies and, in the process, improving quality and moderating farming costs. Her mentor at De Loach, Greg La Follette, taught her to understand both vineyards and winemaking at an intuitive level.
Working side-by-side with winemakers Hugh Chappelle at Lynmar Estate and Greg La Follette, Virginia couldnât help but follow their winemaking with interest and in 2008 she began making wine for Truett Hurst Winery. Bringing her former background in the Russian River Valley to the attention of the Truett Hurst team, she added Russian River Valley wines to the wineryâs portfolio.