We swooned for the purity and depth of the 2017 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay. It's comprised of some really serious vineyards like Gap's Crown, Dutton Ranch and Durell. Sonoma also had such a great harvest in that low-yielding drought year, and it shows in wines like this.
The pricing on this gorgeous Chardonnay is the lowest in the United States. Why pay $60 and up for Chardonnay of this caliber, from the same prestigious vineyards, when you can lay in a case of this beauty for under $375?
Leading off the two Chardonnay, the 2017 Chardonnay Sonoma Coast reveals a medium gold color as well as rich, Burgundian notes of sautéed orchard fruits, flower oil, toasted almonds, and white flowers. Nicely balanced, with building richness and good acidity, it's a textbook, high-quality Sonoma Coast Chardonnay to enjoy over the coming 4-5 years.