Marimar Estate Vineyards

2009 'Acero' Chardonnay

Chardonnay •Don Miguel Vineyard

California: Sonoma County: Russian River Valley

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Mission Briefing

Codename:

Galleon de Don Miguel

The 2009 Don Miguel Vineyard ‘Acero’ Chardonnay is a sweet, elegant, soft, approachable – fun wine. It is so easy to drink that we found ourselves refilling our glasses frequently. Fruit, on the nose as on the palate, are authentic, delivering aromas and flavors that were very similar to the actual fruits that we were reminded of as we sniffed and sipped.

Today’s wine is a perfect holiday sipper that won’t overpower the palate with oak or heavy handed fruit. Instead, this wine is elegant, fun and easy to keep on sipping and sipping and sipping…

Tasting Profile

Look:

Lightest golden straw from heart to edge, this wine leave behind tall, branching legs that meander downward from high up on the glass wall.

Smell:

Bright and light, with fresh with soft, sweet citrus, green apple, Asian pear and soft white flower. As the wine warms slightly (let it!), it really opens up and reveals aromas of soft pineapple, half-dried hay, honey and a hint of white spice.

Taste:

Delicious and fresh with citrus, apple, pear and tropical notes. Flavors are sweet, light and authentic, reminding us of the actual fruits that we are tasting in this wine. Again, allow the wine to warm a bit and you will be rewarded with better, fuller and more realistic fruit flavors. As the wine approached something a little cooler than room-temperature, we detected hints of vanilla, honeysuckle, soft slate and a hint of creamed honey.

Finish:

Long, bright and sweet, flavors are driven to the far reaches of the palate before they fade off, slowly. As the fruit fade, a soft slate minerality remains.

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About the Winery

Offer Expired:Oct 30, 2012 at 11:59 pm
$29.99
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