Russian River Chardonnay

The 2014 Russian River Chardonnay presents plenty of fresh fruit up front with white peach and asian pear notes complimented with notes of wild spring flowers. There is a light graham cracker spice and subtle hints of candle wax that make the aromatics of this wine very compelling. The mouthfeel is pure and silky with an elegant entry and finish, but maintains a surprising weight and concentration on the mid-palate.

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Review by Antonio Galloni

A superb appellation level wine, the 2013 Chardonnay (Russian River Valley) is rich, unctuous and opulent. Orange peel, mint, white flowers, spices, butter and pastry all meld together in a sweet, silky Chardonnay built on texture and golden sense of oiliness. This is a striking appellation level Chardonnay from Alan Peirson and Robbie Meyer.
- 93 pts.

Production Notes
- Winemaker: Robbie Meyer
- Russian River Valley Appellation
- Production: 450 cases
- Harvested in September 2014
- Barrel Fermented
- Wild Yeast Fermentation
- Malolactic Fermentation
- 45% New French Oak
- Barrel Aged 14 Months (sur lees)
- Bottled in December 2015
- $38 per bottle