Tasting Notes: Precision and texture. Aromas of dragon fruit, lemon custard, tiny white field flowers, shortbread cookies, and wet slate, are accented with flavors of Meyer lemon zest, Asian pear, honeydew melon, lemon Italian ice, and lemongrass. On the palate, this wine has refreshing acidity upfront and a kiss of minerality on the finish. 92 Points, Owen Bargreen: “Nicely textured, the 2019 Willamette Valley Chardonnay reveals lemon curd tones alongside hazelnuts, nectarine and cantaloupe tones on the palate. Medium-bodied and delicious, this is drinking marvelously right now.” Final Blend: 100% Chardonnay Case Production: Only 175 cases produced Pair With: Pasta with cream sauce, shellfish (try the winery’s won recipe for Creole Shrimp), or fried chicken Hold Time: Enjoy now or hold up to 8 years Alcohol by Volume: 13.5% This wine was organically farmed. Cheers to another unique wine club find!