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2015 Estate Chardonnay

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2015 Estate Chardonnay

Style #: 105   |  In stock

Regular Price: $18.99

Special Price: $15.99

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The golden hued 2015 vintage has a bouquet of fresh pineapple and apricot, layered with hints of brown spice, lemon, vanilla and toasted marshmallow. A round creaminess on the palate offsets a mineral character and brightness from its citrus infused acidity. Our Estate Chardonnay, harvested from a single clone from Dijon, France, whole-cluster pressed. Two different yeast strains are introduced at fermentation, followed by three strains of ML (malo-lactic) inoculation and ‘sur lies’ aging for about 9 months in French, American and Hungarian oak barrels, that completes this classically styled Chardonnay.

 

Our Estate Chardonnay pairs well with a varity of dishes, from complex preparations of chicken and seafood to herb roasted pork dishes as well as sautéed veal medallions.  


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Additional Information

pH 3.51
TA 6.62
Alcohol 13.7%
Harvest Date August 2015
Bottled July 2016
Chardonnay 100%

Current Vintage

  • Bronze Medal - 2017 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition

 

Previous Vintage Awards

  • Bronze Award - 2017 NC Fine Wines Competition
  • Silver Medal - 2016 NC Commercial Wine Competition
  • Bronze Medal - 2016 Mid-Atlantic Southeastern Wine Compeition 
  • Bronze Medal - 2016 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
  • Silver Medal - 2015 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
  • Silver Medal - 2014 Tasters Guild International Wine Competition
  • Gold Medal - 2014 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition
  • Silver Medal - 2013 Mid-Atlantic Southeastern Wine Competition
  • Gold Medal - 2013 Tasters Guild International Wine Judging
  • Double Gold - 2012 NC Commercial Wine Competition
  • Gold Medal - 2012 Mid-Atlantic Southeastern Wine Competition
  • Silver Medal - 2012 Charlotte Wine and Food Festival
  • Silver Medal - 2012 US National Wine Competition