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2007 Mer Soleil Chardonnay Barrel Fermented Central Coast
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The BOMB !!!!
11/28/2010
by Benton13515129
Tasting notes from Mer Soleil web site: Soft gold color.Richly perfumed nose,with light notes of honeysuckle,very light lemon and great buttery oak.Full,layered flavors of tropical fruit are balance by a bright acidity of sweet citrus,and linger though the long,creamy finish.White wine tasting sheet score= 93.2 Thank you for reading this review. This was the 2008 vin. Also Thank you Charlie Wager II Wine Maker at MER SOLEIL.***** Total Wine Professional- Melissa was right,this is very well made wine/Milltown,DE.
Satin
08/28/2010
by Brunette13911156
This chardonnay is exceptionally full bodied and satiny on the palate. Full of balanced flavor! A pleasure to drink. Great before and during dinner. We enjoyed it with lemon-pepper salmon.

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