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Connoisseurs' Guide

There is nothing hidden or pulled back about this generously fruited wine, and it very capably evokes the richness that marks the top wines of its appellation. It is rife with sweet apples and enriched with plenty of always-complementary oak that lends a touch of spice here and a little crème-brûlée richness there. It is full and slightly supple with just the right measure of acidity showing up in just the right places, and its accessible, yet very well-balanced style makes it a Chardonnay that will keep nicely but not one whose pleasures depend absolutely on patience.