2010 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay
Today’s L’Attitude 39 2010 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay was a favorite at our recent tasting panel. Light, refreshing, and incredibly approachable, this Chardonnay is the perfect companion to a warm summer day.
Crafted in the Burgundian style, this wine features a wonderful blend of fresh California fruit paired with a more refined, subtle finish that is entirely French in manner. This combination leads to one seriously delicious wine, and one that is at once familiar and just a bit unique as well.
Coming in at an incredibly budget friendly price under $19, this 91 Point Chardonnay is not to be missed. For anyone looking for an approachable, yet interesting, California Chardonnay, today’s wine is for you!
A beautiful, sunny golden hue through and through, with a subtle touch of viscosity.
Refined and elegant on the nose, with aromas of Meyer lemon, white peach, and slight green apple complemented by a subtle oaky spice. Also present are hints of white flower petal and vanilla bean.
Very Burgundian on the palate, with a more subtle and restrained flavor profile. Well balanced flavors of Meyer lemon, lime flower, Granny Smith apple, slight brioche, sweet vanilla, and lemon curd form a delicious and delicate interplay.
With a lovely richness on entry, this is an easy and approachable Chardonnay, perfect for sipping. The finish is highlighted by hints of citrus, white flower, and sweet vanilla.
This easy-drinker would be perfectly paired with crispy prosciutto-wrapped asparagus.
What the Winery Says
Magnificent citrus aromas, crisp orchard flavors and bright acidity blend to create a beautiful, well balanced wine.
91 Point Review - Wilfred Wong A chard, with purity, the ‘10 L’Attitude shows fine apple aromas, with a hit of dried citrus; stays fruit, yet crisp and refined on the palate.
- 91 Points - Wilfred Wong
- Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, California
- Fruit Variety
- 100% Chardonnay
About the Winery
Sonoma Coast’s L’Attitude 39 celebrates its similar latitude and perfect growing conditions with Burgundy, France. These two regions are widely recognized as the finest expressions of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the world.