Foyt Family Wines
2010 #67 Chardonnay Sonoma Coast
California: Sonoma County: Sonoma Coast
Today’s sleeper Chardonnay easily blows past the likes of Rombauer, Kistler and Talbott - at a far better price.
If you love velvety Chardonnay, but like to keep the butteriness under control, we offer you today’s delicious 2010 Foyt Family Wines No. 67 Chardonnay Sonoma Coast. Where many a buttery Chardonnay can offer too much slickness, today’s wine is more refined. If you’ve ever tasted Irish butter, you’ll find a similar lightness here - without any oiliness.
This wine is a must-have for any fan of elegant, flavorful, delicious and refreshing Chardonnay and we offer it to you, today, with our easy recommendation.
El Dorado gold hues, with perfectly even coloration from core to edge. Slightly heavy and viscous in the glass, intimating a soft and elegant mouth feel.
Vanilla, ripe Meyer lemon, oak, citrus zest, and very subtle butterscotch. Deep in the nose, creamy notes of delicate Irish butter appear.
Flavors of honeyed citrus, pear, pineapple, white peach, lemon, oak, subtle white pepper, and vanilla.
Long, ripe, and balanced, with persistent citrus zest and luscious floral flavors.
Try this Chardonnay with crab salad or grilled halibut.