Saturday, September 5, 2020

2018 Peter Michael Chardonnay

Some big news!
Peter Michael and our new website!

First - New website
We are kicking off a new website next week and a new email program all in one.  It will be more user friendly both desktop and a HUGE improvement for using on your mobile phone.
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Second - Peter Michael Chardonnay
We are also expecting Peter Michael Chardonnays next week at amazing price
email if you are interested

These are for sure one of the "Grand Crus" of California Chardonnay.
Look at these scores

2018 Peter Michael Chardonnay Belle Cote
A tank sample, the 2018 Chardonnay Belle Cote comes from a block planted to Old Wente and See Clone selections. In fact, this is from the oldest, 1990 plantings on the estate. Wow—the nose explodes from the glass with powerful scents of guava, quince, tangerine and lime blossoms plus touches of ginger ale, peach cobbler and crème caramel with a waft of struck flint. Medium-bodied, the palate features laser precision with a racy line cutting through the intense, tightly wound, mineral-laced fruit, finishing long and zesty. Should age incredibly! 3,100 cases are due to be made.
Rated 97-99/100 The Wine Advocate

2018 Peter Michael Chardonnay La Carriere
A tank sample, the 2018 Chardonnay la Carriere comes from a block planted to Dijon and Hyde (Old Wente) clone selections. It sashays out of the glass with flamboyant notions of fresh ginger, lemongrass, allspice and orange blossoms over a core of peach preserves, pink grapefruit and apple pie with wafts of baking bread and marzipan. Medium to full-bodied, the texture is simply stunning—so satiny with fantastic tension to counter and layer upon layer of spices and savory flavors, finishing very long and very perfumed. 2,907 cases are due to be made.
Rated 96-98+/100 The Wine Advocate

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