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“Regional Trophies - USA. White wine. (Bronze medal) ” Decanter Magazine - October 1, 2010
Bold apple and butter nose. The palate is full but not heavy, with a long, nutty finish.
89 points The Wine Advocate - August 31, 2010
The 2008 Chardonnay Cold Creek Vineyard was aged sur lie in 63% new French oak for 10 months. Medium gold-colored, it exhibits a toasty, spicy, pear and mineral accented perfume. On the palate it has plenty of savory fruit but lacks the concentration of the Canoe Ridge cuvee. All three of these Chardonnays will provide pleasure over the next 3-4 years.
4 stars - “Excellent” Restaurant Wine - June 1, 2010
A round, full bodied, moderately complex Chardonnay of excellent quality. It tastes of pear, pineapple, roasted nut, lemon peel, and spicy oak.
91 points The Wine Advocate - October 31, 2009
The 2007 Cold Creek Vineyard Chardonnay was sourced from a site planted in 1973. Over half the blend was fermented with natural yeasts in 55% new French oak and aged sur lie for 9 months. Light gold-colored, it offers up notes of toasty oak, baked apple, and butterscotch. Riper, rounder, and fuller in body than its two siblings, it has outstanding depth, concentration, and length. It may well evolve for 1-2 years and drink well through 2015.
88 points Wine Spectator - June 30, 2009
Open-textured and appealing for its spicy pear and grapefruit flavors, finishing with some softness.