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2007 Peter Michael Winery Chardonnay Cuvee Indigene Sonoma County (in magnum)
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About Peter Michael Winery

Appropriately enough, Sir Peter Michael, an Englishman who made his name in electronics, established his vineyard in Sonoma County's Knights Valley. From the moment he purchased the property in 1982, Sir Michael has insisted upon an Old-World approach to New World wine. Terroir is paramount here, along with elegance in favor of overstatement.

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2007 Peter Michael Winery Chardonnay Cuvee Indigene Sonoma County (in magnum)

Producer: Peter Michael Winery
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: California
Region: Sonoma

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94 Points | International Wine Cellar , May/June 2009

($110) Hazy, pale chartreuse color. An exotically perfumed nose displays heady aromas of citrus and orchard fruits, minerals, nougat and dried flowers, with a slow-mounting saffron quality. Deep, weighty pear and Meyer lemon flavors are underscored by smoky mineral and lees notes, which gain power with aeration. Smooth, spherical and strikingly persistent on the very long finish, which repeats the floral and smoky notes.

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

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Chardonnay

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