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2010 Stolpman Vineyards Golden Point White Wine Santa Ynez Valley
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About Stolpman Vineyards

Tom and Marilyn Stolpman founded this Central Coast winery in 1990. The dry-farmed vineyard plantings here are one of the great viticultural stories of California...

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2010 Stolpman Vineyards Golden Point White Wine Santa Ynez Valley

Producer: Stolpman Vineyards
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: other white varietal
Origin: California
Region: Central Coast
Appellation: Santa Ynez Valley

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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2012

(a blend of 64% roussanne, 21% chardonnay and 15% sauvignon blanc):  Light-medium yellow-gold.  Aromas of peach, apricot, honey, lichee and wild herbs, lifted by a mineral note, with smoky and nutty nuances emerging with air.  Fat, pliant and almost shockingly dry, in a distinctly Old World style, with chewy flavors of cyanic peach pit, nut butter, anise and mint.  Austere for all its opulence.  Finishes saline, fresh and persistent, with very good lift.  This is unusually demanding for a $20 white wine from the New World!  (ST)

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Excellent taste!!!!!
by Masucci12524248
My wife and I enjoyed the first bottle and are happy will had ordered a whole case for future days.
What a wine!!
by Chioros14183385
Just when I think my jaded palate can't get excited in this price point, this wine blew me away. Exactly what Wine Access's review described. I only regret buying just one case.
Deliciously different
by Tate10739853
I love Rhone whites, but they're hard to find and inconsistent in my area. The Stolpman is a refreshing change from the endless parade of overpriced chardonnays, lemony sauvignon blancs, and flabby pinot gris flooding the market right now. Way to go, Stolpman.

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