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2010 Kistler Vineyards Chardonnay McCrea Vineyard Sonoma Mountain
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About Kistler Vineyards

Steve Kistler's rich, Burgundy-style Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs, from a series of ideally situated vineyards all around Sonoma County, have long been favorites among collectors and restaurant clients. The best bottlings have proven to be excellent mid-term agers and are among the richest and most complex Chardonnays made anywhere—the key is low-tech, hands-off winemaking that makes the most of the particular vineyard site plus what each vintage has to offer.

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2010 Kistler Vineyards Chardonnay McCrea Vineyard Sonoma Mountain

Producer: Kistler Vineyards
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: California
Region: Sonoma

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93 Points | International Wine Cellar , May/June 2013

Bright gold.  Musky aromas of poached pear, peach pit and nutmeg, with a minerally topnote.  Concentrated, fleshy and opulent, showing impressively intense peach and pear skin flavors without coming across as overly weighty.  Finishes with excellent clarity and length, leaving a spicy note behind.

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