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2009 Brewer-Clifton Chardonnay Sta. Rita Hills
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91 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2010

($36) Bright gold. Bright aromas of peach, lemon and chalky minerals. Concentrated, tactile and dense, with a sappy, mineral quality to its pit fruit, citrus and spice flavors. The minerality gains power with air and carries through a bright, precise and very long finish.

92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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02/24/2012
by Romash13775331
Amazing! Cakebread move over!
great chardonnay
02/18/2012
by dianej
Lemon notes in the nose, crisp but balanced on the palate with excellent minerality complementing the lemon creme and pear core. An excellent choice for those who don't go for the big tropical fruit-bombs. Elegant and versatile.
ah, youth.
02/14/2012
by Bengfort13589546
closed in at first, then, 24 hours later, wow and double wow. such balance, finesse, delineation--delicious.

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