Untitled Chardonnay

Through the art of blending our 2014 Untitled #9 exhibits the character and nuance of the vintage with bright fruit expressions of orange rind, apple, and fresh pear, Intriguing elements of crème brûlée, brioche, and candle wax complete this multi-dimensional blend with an exceptionally persistent and elegant finish.

The Wine Advocate
Review by Robert Parker

The smallest cuvée is their 2014 Chardonnay Untitled #9, which is floral with plenty of orange marmalade, apricot, and honey in a light-gold, green-hued wine, showing great acid and plenty of pineapple, honeysuckle and buttered citrus on the palate. Despite the 40% new French oak on all of these cuvées of Chardonnay, they rarely show much evidence of wood. Drink this over the next 4-5 years.
- 94 pts.

Production Notes
- Winemaker: Robbie Meyer
- Production: 50 cases
- Sonoma County
- Harvested in October 2014
- Barrel Fermented
- Wild Yeast Fermentation
- Malolactic Fermentation
- 45% New French Oak
- Barrel Aged 14 Months (sur lees)
- Bottled in December 2015
- $75 per bottle