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2009 Dutton-Goldfield Chardonnay Dutton Ranch Russian River Valley
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About Dutton-Goldfield

Since 1998, Dan Goldfield and Steve Dutton have worked together, to produce some of the most outstanding wines in the Russian River Valley. Of the 7,000 cases produced each vintage, 95% of the wines are estate grown, from several premier properties owned by Dutton Ranch.

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2009 Dutton-Goldfield Chardonnay Dutton Ranch Russian River Valley

Producer: Dutton-Goldfield
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: California
Region: Sonoma
Appellation: Russian River Valley

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Excellent Chardonay
06/30/2012
by Bernal14117174
Russian River Chardonays are always great but this one was exceptional.
Dutton Ranch Chardonnay
05/11/2011
by Jace
DG Chardonnays are some of my all-time favorites out of California. I'm not a CA Chard lover in general but these always seem crisp and delicious.
A lovely bold Chardonnay
10/29/2013
by McKellar10505666
Dutton-Goldfield gives you not only a delicious balanced wine, but a wine that gives you value for your money.

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