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2004 Patz & Hall Wine Company Chardonnay Alder Springs Vineyard Mendocino County
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About Patz & Hall Wine Company

Patz and Hall grew out of James Hall and Donald Patz's friendship, formed during their time working together at Flora Springs Winery. The two shared a passion for rich, traditionally produced wines from Burgundy varietals, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. When they teamed up with Anne Moses and Heather Patz in 1988, their dreams of...

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2004 Patz & Hall Wine Company Chardonnay Alder Springs Vineyard Mendocino County

Producer: Patz & Hall Wine Company
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: California
Region: Other California
Appellation: Mendocino

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92(+?) Points | International Wine Cellar , May/June 2006

($55) Slightly hazy, pale color. Musky, rather wild nose offers lime, smoke and game. Then big, round and rich in the mouth, with complex notes of lime, flowers, crushed stone, minerals and sulfides. A very smooth, large-scaled chardonnay, finishing with sneaky persistence and a bit of youthful harshness that calls for 6 to 12 months of patience.

93 Points | Wine Spectator
89 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Chardonnay

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