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This wine is from United States, California region, Sonoma County sub-region and Sonoma Coast appellation. A new vineyard designation for us, Platt was planted in 2003 with first crop in 2006; the young-vine production has been going into our Sonoma Coast appellation bottling. At seven years of age the vines were old enough to make a wine of sufficient density and concentration to merit singling out. Planted to the Wente selection collected from one of our Hyde Vineyard blocks, the rows are densely planted (3' and 4' by 6') on low-vigor rootstock (420A). Located five miles from the Pacific off Bodega Highway, midway between Sebastopol and Bodega Bay, the vineyard sits at 800' on a south-facing slope overlooking the Estero Americano (which funnels cooling marine weather to the Sacramento delta via the Petaluma Gap). This Chardonnay ripens two weeks later than our Russian River Chardonnays, with a lower pH, and the crisp acidity and minerality from this cool site are quite apparent in the wine..
appealing nose of 2011 Chardonnay affords aromas of stonefruit, white floral, smokey oak and spice. palate it fresh and lively with a bright acid backbone. Flavors abound of nectarines and peaches, juicy citrus and grapefruit pith. Good length with delicate texture and a fine mineral thread. This 2011 Chardonnay 2011 is an ideal partner to richer foods such as steamed crab, grilled white fish and fresh egg noodle pasta. Wine Spectator rating: 91.
cooler 2012 growing season played nicely into hands of our desired refined and focused chardonnay style. nose is bright with aromas of stone fruit, white chocolate and a touch of smoke. Lemon balm and green plums combine with flint and char on a fleshy palate and lingering finish. Our 2012 chardonnay is an ideal partner to crab filled ravioli and pumpkin gnocchi or grilled white fish with a classic beurre blanc is a winery favorite. Wine Spectator rating: 90.
2014 Sauvignon Blanc is a definitive expression of region and its season. Appealing concentration and poise suggests a wine with ability to age. nose is bright with aromas of kaffir lime and grapefruit. A generous palate reveals ripe citrus, stone fruit and lemongrass flavours balanced by crunchy acidity. Perhaps hallmark of this vintage is its persistent finish rich with minerality. Wilfred Wong of Wine.com rating: 92.
bouquet and flavour suggest raspberries, blackberries cherries and purple plums. These are supported by a savoury complexity, reminiscent of grilled mushrooms, roast game and black olive tapenade. wine is powerful, yet elegant and understated with an even flow of fine grained tannins across palate. A whisper of dark chocolate lingers in mouth long after swallowing. Careful cellaring should bring out a range of other fascinating nuances is a wine develops. The Wine Advocate rating: 92.
Australian Wine Companion rating: 95. bouquet is a marriage of classical Cabernet characters of cherries and blackcurrants. Bay leaf, dried sage, anise and roasted coffee bean aromas add depth on nose. A gentle entry leads to a generously textured mid palate, finishing fine, with long and silky tannins. Classical blackcurrant and cherry fruits meet with dusty well integrated oak. Subtleties of cloves, anise and cumin seed are also woven throughout palate.
Excellent depth of color, reflecting wine's young age. It is a garnet, black cherry hue. aromas are find and clean. Jammy black fruits on nose (wild blackberries, plums, morello cherries, strawberries, raspberries). Very mineral and balsamic, typical of Duero terroir, with floral hints (violets and lilacs). Very spicy, revealing notes of nutmeg and subtle hints of cloves and bay leaf, with touches of chocolate, toffee and licorice coming through in background. A firm mouth-feel, fresh, savory and balanced. Elegant tannins, superb length and a lingering finish enhance wine's great individual character, without taking away any of its harmony. Blend: 75% Tempranillo, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah Wine & Spirits rating: 91.
Deep red, lifting to garnet at rim. Fresh and spicy on nose: cherry, black tea, crushed pink peppercorns, cinnamon, with a pretty combination of fruit and leaf, like bourgeon de cassis. Also crushed aromatic herbs bay, oregano, thyme. No new oak, but nevertheless a fragrant sandalwood note. Flavors of Bing cherry, and again, generous spice and herbs cinnamon and thyme, especially. Already quite settled and fine, less brash or boisterous than many vintages. Calm, but long, with little detonations of fruit and spice. A wine that encourages you to listen intently, and to engage. The Wine Advocate rating: 92.
This wine is from New Zealand, Marlborough region. A textural and full-bodied wine, Cloudy Bay Chardonnay combines New Zealand fruit vibrancy with Burgundian style. Packed full of citrus and stone fruit flavours with a savoury complexity, enhanced by judicious use of new oak, this is an intriguing and complex wine..
Donum Ranch covers slopes of three hills in Carneros region just north of San Pablo Bay. Nestled amid these hills is a 50-acre vineyard, planted to a diverse collection of Dijon clones and heirloom selections of Pinot Noir. Carneros Estate Grown Pinot Noir not only comes from best blocks in vineyard grand cru sites but also is a selection of most appealing barrels within each lot. The Wine Advocate rating: 91.
This wine is from New Zealand, Marlborough region. Pale gold in appearance, Cloudy Bay Late Harvest Riesling delights the senses with aromas of honey, nougat, orange blossom and ripe peach. The palate is enlivened by flavours of fig and apricot with notes of honeycomb, culminating in a long, rich finish..
This wine is from New Zealand, Marlborough region. A textural and full-bodied wine, Cloudy Bay Chardonnay combines New Zealand fruit vibrancy with Burgundian style. Packed full of citrus and stone fruit flavours with a savoury complexity, enhanced by judicious use of new oak, this is an intriguing and complex wine.. The chardonnay grapes, eighty percent the low yielding Mendoza clone, twenty percent UCD6, were harvested from ten estate and grower vineyards located in the Wairau Valley of Marlborough. Soils vary from the silty gravels found in Rapaura to the fine silty loams of Renwick and the Brancott Valley. The vineyards are planted at a density of 1,850 vines per hectare and all vines are trained to the Scott Henry trellis system. The average yield in 2001 was 7.1 tonnes per hectare.. Aromas of freshly baked biscotti, straight from the oven ... grapefruit and lemon peel, roasted Brazil nut and dried figs. Derived from a combination of Burgundian winemaking style and vibrant Marlborough fruit, the palate is chalky in texture and the flavours deliciously refined, with hints of baked apple over flinty yeast characters. The Cloudy Bay Chardonnay 2001 is impeccably balanced and shows potential to age gracefully for at least the next five years. CHARDONNAY Wine New Zealand Still Wine
Effusive lime zest, pippin apple, mace (nutmeg skin), hazelnut, warm stones and subtle, smoky oak perfume nose. Fresh, rich, round pippin apple, Anjou pear, mace and creme brulee flavors expand into a bright, crisp, minerally and slightly smoky finish of uncommon length and verve. Pair this Big Chardonnay with grilled salmon, sword fish, halibut, sea bass or tuna steaks. Roast chicken, squab, or pork loin too. A serious lobster or Monterey Bay prawns wine. crisp acidity is a natural for pasta with creme sauces.
This wine is from New Zealand, Marlborough region. The Marlborough region is blessed with a unique terroir... a cool, South Pacific climate that produces wines of great fruit intensity. Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc is a benchmark wine that epitomizes the vibrant aromatics and pure fruit flavours naturally afforded by the climate and soils of this remote southern wine region.. Grapes were sourced from eight estate and grower vineyards located in the Rapaura, Fairhall, Renwick and Brancott sub-regions of the Wairau Valley. Free draining, stony soils typify the Rapaura and Renwick areas whilst Fairhall and Brancott are predominantly fine alluvial loams containing some clay. The majority of fruit was grown on the divided Scott Henry trellis system with the exception of a small percentage of young vines.. Pale straw green in colour and mouth-wateringly fragrant, the 2003 Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc is redolent of a mid-summer kitchen ... ripe passionfruit, yellow plums, juicy limes and freshly picked basil. The palate is pure and refreshing with all the hallmarks of a small but perfectly formed crop ... flavours that echo the aromas, with piercing concentration, impeccably balanced acidity ...and a long, crisp finish. SAUVIGNON BLANC Wine New Zealand Still Wine
Vinous / Antonio Galloni rating: 94. Evoking a dark berry coulis brushstroke, this Merlot presents a nearly black core with a shimmering ruby edge. Aromas of ripe black plum, fresh-baked pie crust and savory soy waft gently from glass. palate is complex and layered, with notes of wild blackberry, sandalwood, bay leaf, cinnamon oil, brown butter and orange peel. A gorgeous mouth-feel showcases an alluring shale-like minerality and fresh acidity on a firm bed of sweet tannins. Deep and concentrated, finish serves as a potent reminder of wine's highelevation Napa Valley pedigree. Blend: 85% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Malbec
This wine is from New Zealand, Marlborough region. Pinot Noir is the single red varietal of Cloudy Bay and is ideally suited to the climate and soils of this remote southern wine region. An intensely varietal palate reveals layers of dark red fruits, savoury dried herbs, charry oak and silky tannins. .
evocatively dark hued 2011 Salus Cabernet Sauvignon has an animated, high-toned nose of red currants and blackberries deepened by notes of menthol laden lavender, loose tobacco and raw cedar. seamless palate of wild cherries, Arctic raspberries and black currants reveals spicy layers of Bay leaf, cinnamon and spearmint that give lift to an elegantly balanced exit of subtle, fine-grained tannins that are enlivened by refreshing acidity. This supple and silky wine drinks well now but should reward a little cellar time with additional roundness and complexity.
This wine is from New Zealand, Marlborough region. Pinot Noir is the single red varietal of Cloudy Bay and is ideally suited to the climate and soils of this remote southern wine region. An intensely varietal palate reveals layers of dark red fruits, savoury dried herbs, charry oak and silky tannins. PINOT NOIR Wine New Zealand Still Wine
Initial aromas of maple candy, baked cherry and smoked meats precede savory notes, bay laurel and black licorice. mouth is focused and elegant with touches of huckleberry crumble, cola and spice. finish is persistent and bright. International Wine Cellar rating: 92.
This profound and powerful Chardonnay exhibits a rich, complex intensity that can only be found in unfiltered wines. grapes are predominantly grown in Carneros region where bay breezes and morning fog combine to create cooler climate ideal for growing Chardonnay rich with concentrated flavors. This complex wine would pair well with Dungeness Crab with sweet corn chowder, mushroom risotto with fresh parmesan, and lobster in cream sauce over noodles. The Wine Advocate rating: 93.