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2010 Dierberg Vineyard Chardonnay Estate Grown Santa Maria Valley
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Right on!
09/26/2013
by Fannin10580945
The CG review is right on. This perfectly balances richness, oak and acidity. Outstanding Chardonnay, and than you for offering it. Were I in your position, I'd try to stockpile all I could in my personal cellar.
Superb Chard for the price!
03/29/2013
by Jordan13628489
Reminded me of single vineyard Chards from Ramey and Kistler... at less than half the price! Wish I could have bought more...
Buttery chardonnay
02/23/2014
by mclean12905380
lemon overtones and color. Oak not very noticeable, A delightful chard with buttery taste and mineral overtones.
4 stars
02/02/2014
by Galup13469433
The website wouldn't let me change my rating after I mistakenly clicked on one star. I like this wind a lot.
Outstanding!
10/16/2013
by Jones11690321
Ordered a second time. An outstanding value for a well made chardonnay.
09/06/2013
by Jones14085468
Ridiculous! A steal at this price. Great fruit, citrus balance.

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